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Our happy apostasy

‘Heresy’ and ‘apostasy’ have long been hurled as epithets by the ne’er-do-well fringe of Christianity. But I’m now hearing the words more frequently in mainstream evangelical quarters. Usually they target readily identifiable examples, like off-the-deep-end theological liberalism or the so-called … Continue reading

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Our craving for entertainment

Today on DC2, thoughts from 2 Corinthians 11:2-15: … Human nature demands innovation. While the drive to create has given us amazing inventions and astonishing progress, it also has produced some truly horrifying atrocities. The demand for innovation can degenerate … Continue reading

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