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The darker side of Christian YouTube

a bible as seen from the bottom sits laying open in the middle with the end of a red bookmark drawn to the center of the left page

David Morrill of Protestia writes about Christian online celebrities, especially YouTubers. These influencers have been growing in popularity and the author questions whether that is always a positive thing. While many channels are helpful, many …

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An Evangelical addiction to strength

I wonder sometimes how much our religious focus as evangelicals relates to what we find in scripture. Certainly, at the heart of evangelicalism is the greek word euaggelion (good news) and as evangelicals, we strive to …

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Who is Mary Magdalene?

After a recent archeological dig which discovered “remnants of a first-century synagogue” in Magdala, ChurchLeader’s Yonat Shimron, connects the remains to the history of Mary Magdalene. Headlines about the temple discovery read: “2nd-Temple-period synagogue found …

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It’s the Logos not the Word.

The comment below came across my Twitter and it struck me… but, not in a good way. “The Holy Spirit does not use movies. He uses whatever Scripture is in those movies. The film, itself, …

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Love: The Final Ingredient

Heath Veuleman’s powerful article “What’s Love Got to Do With It?” got me thinking about so many different things. One of the main issues though ties into some artwork I began working on in 2003. …

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