Monthly Archives: November 2006

Bibles for Hunger

This is funny, but comes close to the truth of how we think sometimes. Advertisements

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Preaching to Postmoderns

Joel Gregory has been said to have the “voice of God.” He is one of my favorite preachers, though one one not heard much since he stepped down from FBC, Dallas. He left the publishing business (ChiliPepper Magazine) and is … Continue reading

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Newsweek’s Politics of Jesus

I picked up the recent Newsweek about “The Politics of Jesus.” I found the articles on the topic to be a fresh presentation of the movement within evangelicalism to broaden the scope of issues they give their voice to in … Continue reading

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A Pre-Insititutional Paul

An article in Slate’s list of news today caught my eye. It is titled “The Problem Apostle: How Gary Wills rehabilitates Paul.” The article is about Wills’ latest book–What Paul Meant–and it led me to add it to my Christmas … Continue reading

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Highland Blessing

We gathered this morning at the Highland Center with folks from other churches to give out 500 Thanksgiving food boxes and a frozen turkey to residents around the Highland Center. As you can see here, the line is long but … Continue reading

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Obama at Saddleback

Chicago Tribune reports that Barak Obama is speaking at Saddleback Church on Sunday, Dec. 1, World AIDS Day. Who would have guessed? It is good to see one of the leading evangelical, more particularly Southern Baptist, churches giving the AIDS … Continue reading

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Studio 60

I’m digging Studio 60, getting hooked on it from episode 2. It is about the only show I’ve seen in a while that deals with evangelicals and their views on issues. The Christian on the show–Amanda Peet–isn’t the best representation … Continue reading

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