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    For the pro-choice Christian in your life…

    Sep 14 For the pro-choice Christian in your life…

    I’m sad to say that my opinion of the popular Big Pulpit aggregator has declined since this week’s Wednesday Edition, when it linked to not one but two of my blog posts, including my T&C post from Monday. Clearly their editorial standards are declining… In its Wednesday Mid-Day Extra edition, though, was a link to a story that caught my eye: “Wal-Mart Sells Bible...

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    What the New Evangelization Must Learn from the Renaissance to Flourish

    Jul 12 What the New Evangelization Must Learn from the Renaissance to Flourish

    Call me crazy, but I’m a huge fan of the word free. In the last few months, I’ve made my love of religious and political freedom pretty well known. I’d like to turn my attention for a moment to evangelization.

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    10 Bible Verses Almost Nobody Notices

    Jul 03 10 Bible Verses Almost Nobody Notices

    Last week, I posted about 5 interesting, fun things about the Bible. You know how sometimes you’ll be reading the Bible and completely miss something really shocking or interesting? Next up in our semi-gnostic quest for secretive scriptural stuff: 10 Bible verses almost nobody notices.

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    5 Interesting, Forgotten Things About the Bible

    Jun 26 5 Interesting, Forgotten Things About the Bible

    As summer rolls on, I’m starting to prepare lessons for the coming academic year. Here are a few fun and interesting things most people either didn’t know or simply forgot about the Bible. Adam and Eve didn’t eat apples. Well, probably not, anyway. The reason tradition (lowercase ‘t’) tends to give us apples is that, in Latin, apple and evil can both look like the...

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    Another Bible Translation?

    Jun 21 Another Bible Translation?

    What would you like to see in a new translation of the New Testament?

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