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Review: The Case for Antioch

Dr. Jeff Iorg is the President of Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, but his book The Case for Antioch: A Biblical Model for Transformational Church is not a work that should only be read by students. Rather, it’s a book… Continue Reading →

The Danger of Marginalization

As a follower of Christ, I sense it all the time in conversations with others who a) are not a follower of Christ or b) are only a nominal Christian. It gets easier to detect the more contact you have… Continue Reading →

The clothing of creation

I read this week in Psalm 65 about the designer line that God has unveiled on the runway of the earth: You crown the year with your bounty; your wagon tracks overflow with abundance. The pastures of the wilderness overflow,… Continue Reading →

Review: The Shack (rated 4 stars)

The Shack by William P. Young   “The love shack… it’s a little old place where we can get together…” With refrains of that song in my head, I would have to say that love is what The Shack is… Continue Reading →

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