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This Isn’t My First Metaphysical Rodeo

In my first year of law school I lived in the grad student dorms. Another resident was a Canadian medical student doing a year in California as part of her medical program at McGill University. Susan was from one of … Continue reading

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Jesus’ Evangelism Is More than Words

If you’ve spent any time in church, at church retreats, or among people who go to church or church retreats, you’ve heard this passage: Then [Jesus] said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask … Continue reading

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Christianity’s Fine (as long as you don’t really believe it)

Outside the pizza parlor last night I ran into someone who asked what our daughter’s up to now that she graduated from college. “She’s overseas working with a Christian group,” I told him. “We’re flying over at Christmas to visit.” … Continue reading

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Questioning Salvation

Julie Anne at Spiritual Sounding Board posted a photo from Todd Friel’s Facebook page where he suggests: I’m not a fan of his suggestions, at least not if what he means is that we should lead with these questions when meeting someone claiming to be … Continue reading

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