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I’m Always Angry

A good friend corresponds with me through email with words incredibly applicable that I feel is worthwhile moving forward in this coverage of Brant Hanson’s “Unoff-end-able.” Consider it a break from me. My friend writes, “I read your post today … Continue reading

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An Angry Man

An obstacle, maybe primary, is voiced well by a previous reader of this series, “Is God ever offended? Does God ever get angry over these offenses?” Made in His image, this comment is of course meant to suggest we ought … Continue reading

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The Hidden Underlying Challenge: Theocracy

“When we examine the wider movements of thought and culture in the eighteenth century, we find something of enormous significance for understanding why the gospels were being read in the way they were. At the heart of ‘the Enlightenment’ was … Continue reading

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What Have They Done With Jesus?

The men apparently thought that the women’s tale of a risen Jesus was nonsense, “an idle tale,” and “they did not believe them” (Luke 24:11). This is not surprising: women in that culture were generally considered too emotional or too … Continue reading

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730 Days in Senegal

The following article was stolen borrowed from our dear friends who are faithfully walking with Jesus in Senegal, Africa. You can read more of their life on mission at All Senegal for Christ. Two years spent in Senegal translates out … Continue reading

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