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Daily Archives: February 13, 2015
I was reading a post recently about someone’s journey in exploring different churches. He said that a bedrock for him, through all of the turmoil that he experienced, was his personal relationship with God. I identify with that. Evangelicalism nowadays … Continue reading
Originally posted on AwayPoint:
Taken as a package, the Bible sends mixed messages about slavery, which is why Christian leaders used the Good Book on both sides—including in the lead up to the American civil war. Should a person be…