Daily Archives: December 3, 2012

Proving the Bible Is the Inspired Word of God?

I promised last week that I’d write about what my church is thinking of doing for our next Bible study.  I’m not in the mood right now to write extensively about this subject, and so I’ll write a series, in … Continue reading

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Al Gore’s Earth in the Balance 9: Building Bridges

For my write-up today on Al Gore’s Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit, I’ll start with something that Al Gore says on pages 247-248: “Meanwhile, religious conservatives might be surprised to find that many deeply committed environmentalists … Continue reading

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An Ulterior Motive for Devotion?

In my latest reading of Jonathan Edwards: A Life, George Marsden talks quite a bit about a revival that took place in Jonathan Edwards’ time (and Jonathan Edwards’ account of that revival caught the attention of John Wesley, who, unlike … Continue reading

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