Monthly Archives: November 2014

Getting “20/20 Foresight”

I’ve been listening to a class from Yale on the history of western civilization. It’s been interesting on a number of history-geek levels, but one thing that really has struck me has been how certain pivotal events in history didn’t … Continue reading

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“…But what Does the Bible say about that?”—Leadership and Gender in the Church

Many in the religious world around us now include women in leadership of their churches—in both worship and day to day leadership. The world, of course, applauds this taking this path as an enlightened evolution of religion; but the world has … Continue reading

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To God, the Things That Are God’s

“And He *said to them, ‘Whose likeness and inscription is this?’ They *said to Him, ‘Caesar’s.’ Then He *said to them, ‘Then render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s; and to God the things that are God’s.’” (Matthew 22:20, … Continue reading

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