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  • Faith Untested

    Faith Untested

    I would say that faith untested is no faith at all. Because it's easy to have faith when all is sunshine and roses but when trials and tribulations arise it's... Read more

    The 25 June 2014 by   Ldsapologetics
  • On Eating Jesus and Holy Communion

    Eating Jesus Holy Communion

    John 6.51-58Jesus said, ‘I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Whoever eats of this bread will live for ever; and the bread that I will give for... Read more

    The 19 June 2014 by   Malcolmdrogers
  • On Graduation an Open Letter to a Young TCK

    Graduation Open Letter Young

    A bit under a year ago Robynn wrote An Open Letter to a Young TCK. With graduation either just past or approaching we wanted to repost this one today. Read more

    The 06 June 2014 by   Marilyngardner5
  • Non-Progressive Religions

    Non-Progressive Religions

    In this stimulating Paris Review interview with essayist-psychoanalyst Adam Phillips, Phillips touches on themes — progress and non-progress — near and dear to... Read more

    The 03 June 2014 by   Cris
  • Journey From Atheism

    Journey From Atheism

    Church has been a part of my experience for most (but not all) of my life. I was raised in an Anglican church and I attended regularly. Read more

    The 21 May 2014 by   Sjbedard
  • How to Take Charge of What Matters to You

    Do you ever do something and have a feeling deep down that is just isn't right and you shouldn't be doing it? It could be something simple like enjoying yoursel... Read more

    The 18 May 2014 by   Albert Wagner
  • Be Good


    This is the text of this morning's Pause for Thought on the Chris Evans Show on BBC Radio 2. In the studio were Dawn French, Henry Winkler and Gregory Porter. Read more

    The 16 May 2014 by   Nicholas Baines
  • Photos from Yesterday's Wedding: "Equality Is Always an Arc and the Arc of...

    Photos from Yesterday's Wedding: "Equality Always Justice Bends Toward Equality"

    I don't want to bore you all with photos from our wedding ceremony yesterday. But some of you asked if I had more photos to share, so I'll do so now. Read more

    The 13 May 2014 by   William Lindsey
  • Not Child’s Play

    Child’s Play

    Games reveal quite a bit about a culture. That’s a little takeaway from my undergraduate anthropology class. Different societies favor different types of... Read more

    The 07 May 2014 by   Steveawiggins
  • In The Name Of The Lord

    Name Lord

    I used to be an atheist. Mainly because I saw such hatred and bitterness and shaming and shunning done in the name of The Lord by his "disciples. Read more

    The 05 May 2014 by   Ldsapologetics

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