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Daily Archives: January 15, 2012
“Gingrich Faces Tough Questions at Black Church”
The Associated Press had an excellent article this morning, “Gingrich faces tough questions at black church”. Although most African-Americans do not vote Republican, Newt Gingrich spoke before an African Methodist Episcopal church in South Carolina. And he got to hear … Continue reading
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Witnessing and Authenticity
The sermon at church this morning was about evangelism, and, yesterday, I read a guest post on Rachel Held Evans’ blog by Jamie Arpin-Ricci, entitled On Selling Jesus. Arpin-Ricci’s post had a clip from the movie, The Big Kahuna. You … Continue reading
Posted in Church, Religion Tagged danny devito, evangelicalism, religious obligation, rick warren, selling jesus Comments Off on Witnessing and Authenticity