Post Tagged with: "Evangelical"

Young Evangelical Responds to Charles R. Worley 18
by / on May 23, 2012 at 1:39 am / in Broken World, Current Events

Young Evangelical Responds to Charles R. Worley

A conservative North Carolina pastor’s final solution to get rid of gay people pits him against the life and teachings of Jesus, argues young evangelical and North Carolina native (and pastor’s son) Andrew Simpson.

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Scary As Hell 5
by / on May 26, 2011 at 2:13 pm / in Shattered Faith

Scary As Hell

“Heaven’s Gates and Hell’s Flames” was a low-budget dramatic film my grandparents borrowed from their church when I was a kid. I don’t think they made us watch it with the intent of scaring us so badly — but it worked nonetheless.

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March Madness, Discipleship & The Kingdom 2
by / on March 25, 2011 at 12:19 am / in Pop Culture, Shattered Faith

March Madness, Discipleship & The Kingdom

March Madness leads me to think about the complexities and role of encouragement within community. There is the fist bump after a great play, the corporate celebration when you have just gone on a big scoring run and forced the other team to call a timeout. But there is also the “come on!”, “you gotta stay with them!”

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Modern Girl’s Guide to the Gospel 10
by / on March 3, 2011 at 8:21 am / in Misplaced Jesus, Personal Stories, Theology

Modern Girl’s Guide to the Gospel

Like Mary Magdalene, Jesus calls women by name, to serve God. This is God coming for us specifically as females, calling us to lay claim to evangelicalism ourselves — our important role in the in-breaking of God’s kingdom into the world — no matter what our religious affiliation or belief system.

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Farewell Rob Bell (or, John Piper’s Inferno) 74
by / on February 28, 2011 at 11:41 am / in Misplaced Jesus, Theology

Farewell Rob Bell (or, John Piper’s Inferno)

With a three word tweet about Rob Bell’s new book, John Piper unleashed an online firestorm within the evangelical world about heaven, hell and — more specifically — the question of ‘who goes where?’.

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