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‘Pink slime’ is the tip of the iceberg: Look what else is in industrial meat

Originally posted on Grist:
Photo by Cobalt123. You didn’t think I’d miss my chance to weigh in on the latest round of pink slime discussions, did you? Rather than recapitulate the horror that is your favorite form of “lean finely…

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Posted in Commentary, Cuisine

I don’t want to talk about eschatology in the church. But we should.

Webber writes: “All my life I had heard words such as, “Let God in your life;” “Give God a chance,’ “Accept him as your Savior and you will discover the rich meaning of life:” I gradually began to understand that

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Posted in Commentary, For Pastor's, Worship Matters

The Perpetual Middle-Class

In Counterfeit God’s, Tim Keller writes: “Why can’t anyone in the grip of greed see it? The counterfeit god of money uses powerful sociological and psychological dynamics. Everyone tends to live in a particular socioeconomic bracket. Once you are able

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On Reading the Bible: Finding the Center of the Story

In his book Counterfeit Gods, Tim Keller says this about how many Christians read the bible: “At this point in the story [speaking of the numerous accounts where God’s people have profoundly screwed up], many contemporary readers may be wondering:

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Worship as Language: Where do we go from here?

This little mini-series of worship (and music) as language is coming to an end; for a recap of all the posts, they are linked here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4. In order to conclude our discussion, we

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