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The Epistemology of Comfort (My Thursday Morning...
philokalia: Rachel Held Evans | Rob Bell, the SBC, and The Age of Accountability Compelling thoughts on the SBC, exegesis, and the “age of accountability” notion many of us grew up believing. Maybe I’m just contrary before 8 o’clock in the morning. Maybe I’m just starving for a theological rant. Maybe I’m trying to make up for the fact that my last...
nobody can discover the world for somebody else. only when we discover it for...– wendell berry (via whoisnell)
In fact, U.S. military spending is now 56 percent of the world’s total military...– Shane Claiborne (‘What would Jesus cut? Who would Jesus bomb?’) (via azspot)
It is important to note the direction of interpretation. Typology does not make...– George Lindbeck, The Nature of Doctrine
With every revalation, some people respond by making the world better, and some...– John Green- On Iran, Islam, and Amazingly Stupid Comments
The terrifying truth about Ayn Rand, Rand Paul,... →
And why the religious right needs to listen to Chuck Colson, The apostle Paul, and (most importantly) Jesus
has anyone read...
fishingboatproceeds: levijade94: Has anybody read ‘Looking for Alaska’ by John Green? I really want to read it after my last exam on tuesday (thank god) and I’m wondering whether it is any good or not? I’ve read a few little quotes and the one about rain and the hurricane sounded so beautiful. ♥ If anyone has get back to me! :D I read it. I thought it was okay. don’t listen to...
It seems to me that if we Christians go about the business of offering our fellow travelers a mere promise of eschatological salvation (a life to come), we frame the decision for or against faith (and praxis) as a decision best left for a later date, or worse yet a gospel to be ignored as irrelevant to the day to day grind of human suffering. The offer of salvation should rather be emphasized and...
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Any definition of health that is not silly must include death. The world of love...– Wendell Berry in Health is Membership, 1994. (via elnellis)