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Nothing is ever wasted. Everything “fits” somewhere.
You can’t erase a guilty conscience.
If you know who you are, you can serve Christ anywhere.
The heart of the problem is the problem of the heart.
The real question is not, "Who is my neighbor?” but rather "Whose neighbor will I be to those I meet today?”
The world has its stars and God has his.
Until you admit you need God’s help, you will be stuck exactly where you are.
Jesus is on the side of those who love little children.
I am writing these words the day after Thanksgiving. Yesterday Marlene and I traveled to Oxford, Mississippi to spend time with my brother Andy, his wife Betty, and their daughter Megan. My brother Alan and his wife Donna brought a fried turkey. Marlene had prepared several dishes for the grand celebration. We spent time eating, […]
Where do religious liberals come from? Several years ago Gregory Wills discussed this question in an article called What Lessons Can We Learn from the History of Liberalism? We make a mistake when we assume that liberalism starts outside the church, as if it were a kind of alien invasion. Liberalism arises as a kind […]