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Paul, Creation & Evolution #6 – Adam & Eve in Original Context (EP-55)

Paul, Creation & Evolution #6 – Adam & Eve in Original Context (EP-55)

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In this series, Kurt will explore Paul’s worldview concerning God and creation. What did Paul have in the background? How did this affect how he would think about Adam and Eve? Then, we will end our series looking at Romans 5 and its compatibility with evolution (or lack there of).

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The fascinating story of a 20th century Mennonite pioneer

The fascinating story of a 20th century Mennonite pioneer

Ted Grimsrud [What follows is a review of one of the latest of a series of biographies of important 20th century Mennonite leaders (some of the others include books about Edmund Kaufman, Harold Bender, Guy Hershberger, and Orie Miller). This book does a nice job of making the story of the largely forgotten pioneering historian, … Continue reading The fascinating story of a 20th century Mennonite pioneer
7 Ways to Keep Sabbath When You Work on Sunday

7 Ways to Keep Sabbath When You Work on Sunday

Working for the church or other Christian organization often means working on Sundays. That might be most obvious for pastors responsible for Sunday morning worship, but that’s also the case for many others as well. Think of denominational staff and those involved in parachurch ministries who travel to speak at different churches on Sunday mornings.…
Brief Review: “The Gospel According to Flannery O’Connor,” by Jordan Cofer

Brief Review: “The Gospel According to Flannery O’Connor,” by Jordan Cofer

Flannery O’Connor redefined both the literary landscape of the American South and the image of the 20th-century Christian novelist. Strangely, however, few scholars have attempted to peel back the layers of her work to consider the extent to which the Bible itself played a role in shaping O’Connor’s imaginative fiction. In The Gospel According to … Continue reading Brief Review: “The Gospel According to Flannery O’Connor,” by Jordan Cofer
Making the World a Better Place: Lessons from a Grandfather

Making the World a Better Place: Lessons from a Grandfather

Another Way for week of July 7, 2017 Making the World a Better Place “That’s not a toy.” The young man speaking at his beloved grandfather’s memorial service remembered these words so well from his growing up days. His dedicated and loving grandpa, “Pop” would try to keep his grandchildren safe as they romped and […]

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