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Is the Evangelicalism of Old White Men Dead?
This morning I worked through my daily list of readings–beginning with God’s Word. I have worked my way through the
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Black Friday Proverb
“Two things I ask of You; don’t deny them to me before I die: Keep falsehood and deceitful words far
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Reports From My Annual Pilgrimage
  For a few brief days every November, I step into a world of scholars. I sometimes feel a bit
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Time to Get Back To What We Promised
On the fortieth anniversary of his ordination, Eugene Peterson went back to review the vows he made before God. Vows
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Beirut Diary
He caught my eye the moment he sat down. This man had just come in from Aleppo, Syria. Along with
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Is Life an Accident?
  When you sit in first class, you can feel a tinge of resentment oozing out of those in coach
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Monday Morning Proverb
“If you do nothing in a difficult time, your strength is limited”  Proverbs 24:10 There’s something in the air. I
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When The Balance Shifts
Escaping for a few days to the wilderness–an annual October event to close everything up before winter–I took some time
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Monday Morning Proverb
“Wisdom is the focus of the perceptive, but a fool’s eyes roam to the ends of the earth.” -Proverbs 17:24
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Staying Out of the Mud
Sitting in a faculty meeting today (one of my highlight moments of the month), our Old Testament prof read from
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How to Stay Fresh
In his Take & Read, Eugene Peterson notes that Hans Urs von Balthasar’s book, Prayer, is “simply the best book
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Monday Morning Proverb
“The lot is cast into the lap, but its every decision is from the Lord” Proverbs 16:33 It’s characteristic of
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