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Why Should a Christian Think about Purim?

Tonight at sundown, the Jewish holiday Purim begins. I’m not Jewish so I’m not celebrating it, but I think it is worth understanding. Purim commemorates the defeat of Haman, who plotted to eradicate the Jewish people in ancient Persia. Remember … Continue reading

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Reflections on Acts 19

I’ve been going through the book of Acts and thinking a lot about the incredible evangelism work God did particularly through the preaching of Peter and Paul. These few verses of Acts 19 stopped me in my tracks:

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Where are all the female apologists?

On twitter yesterday I spotted this from Her.meneutics (Christianity Today’s women’s blog): I couldn’t resist that question so I read the article which described how Fincher wound up an apologist. “[I] met Frank Pastore and J. P. Moreland (they were teaching local … Continue reading

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