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Sin that Afflicts the Righteous spacer Sin that Afflicts the Righteous
BY: Eugene H. Peterson
... But there is one form of sin that flourishes in religious communities in ways hardly possible outside of them—it begins in places of worship. Religious communities provide the conditions for this spiritual disorder, this sin, far in excess to what is provided in the secularized world.

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Why the Gospel Isn’t a Romantic Comedy spacer Why the Gospel Isn’t a Romantic Comedy
BY: Brian Watkins
...we often impose an incorrect version of the Christian narrative onto our stories. This belief states that the Christian narrative is clean and devoid of violence. This belief is wrong.

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Engaging Doubt for Clarity’s Sake spacer Engaging Doubt for Clarity’s Sake
BY: Denis Haack
Sound bites are not sufficient for making an adequate case for the faith, nor are easy arguments against unbelief convincing. A good way to demonstrate our conviction that non-Christians are made in God’s image is to search out and engage their most profound doubts and challenges to Christian faith.

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Babylon Series: Part 12 Getting to the Gospel spacer Babylon Series: Part 12 Getting to the Gospel
BY: Denis Haack
Unlike “evangelistic encounters” which require us to insert the Big Questions into the conversation, discussing a movie allows the film to raise the Big Questions. Since most people love to talk about movies, the setting provides a safe context for conversation.

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Babylon Series: Part 13 Caring Enough to Probe spacer Babylon Series: Part 13 Caring Enough to Probe
BY: Denis Haack
Imagine you are sitting with some friends—perhaps at work or a coffee shop—and one says he’d like some advice. “Ashley and I have been going out for almost a year,” Justin says. “We really hit it off, love the same music, and enjoy hanging out. So, we’re thinking of moving in together. One of us is always staying at the other’s apartment anyway, so we could save time and a pile of money if we consolidated living arrangements..."

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