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The ‘new legalism’

The ‘new legalism’

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Religion | How the push to be ‘radical’ and ‘missional’ discourages ordinary people in ordinary places from doing ordinary things to the glory of God

The end of tackle football?

The end of tackle football?

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Sports | I have friends with sons under 7-years-old who have decided their boys will never play organized tackle football. For them, the risk of long-term brain damage…

Waning evangelical influence

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Religion | By most accounts, evangelicalism began with the influence of the Great Awakenings of the 18th century, which provided a set of social norms and values that…

Hip-hop with a conscience

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Music | One of the things I learned from Francis Schaeffer was to celebrate truth and virtue wherever it is found. With so much of commercial hip-hop music promoting…

Tweeting for better grades

Tweeting for better grades

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Education | In a new study, “Twitteracy: Tweeting as a New Literary Practice,” co-author Christine Greenhow, a Michigan State professor, reports that students…

Raising super-Christians

Raising super-Christians

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Parenting | After teaching college for a few years I’ve realized two things: (1) how young adults sincerely want to make their parents proud, and (2) how parents…

Can a president really fix America?

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Campaign 2012 | Both conservative and progressive (liberal) churches seem to be anxious about the 2012 presidential election. The anxiety is so great that many pastors are…

A congratulations and an open apology to Andy Roddick

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Sports | At the beginning of this summer’s U.S. Open, 30-year-old Andy Roddick announced he was retiring. Admittedly, I had mixed feelings. It took me years to grow…

Affirmative action for conservatives

Affirmative action for conservatives

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Education | Unless you believe that ever-expanding government programs and centrally planned economies are the solution to all of life's contingencies and social problems…

That's what friends are for

That's what friends are for

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Faith & Inspiration | For several years now two friends and I convene in South Florida for an annual time of sharing, lamenting, thankfulness, praise, challenge, rebuke,

Christianity's non-European future

Christianity's non-European future

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Religion | If European cultural trends are a precursor to the future of Western culture, American Christians might find themselves discouraged. According to the Pew…

Common sense results

Common sense results

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Health | From time to time I like to survey new health studies to add to the long list of things to say "oops" to. I found three interesting studies from the past…

 
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