Monthly Archives: June 2015

The SCOTUS has spoken — One commentator’s reaction

Whatever your view of the recent Supreme Court ruling on the “constitutional right to same sex marriage,” it is definitely one that now or later will have a significant impact on you, people who are important to you and, if … Continue reading

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How to Talk About Science and Faith

Originally posted on Musings on Science and Theology:
Or perhaps, and more important, how not to talk about science and faith. Some thoughts from 50+ years as a Christian involved in a range of churches, and from 30+ years as…

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Good Leadership is Courageous Leadership

I’m not a Catholic. I do, however, have some great friends who are and I am impressed with their love of Jesus and His church.  Anyone who follows the media regarding what is happening in the Catholic church is well … Continue reading

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When Criticism Comes

In your speaking, writing, and just everyday life you will be criticized if you’re a faithful witness for Jesus and His teaching. The following article by Pastor Bob Russell provides sound advice on dealing with criticism when it comes. The … Continue reading

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Tim Keller reviews two books on same sex relationships

One of my favorite Christian speakers and authors is Pastor Timothy Keller. Pastor Keller was born and raised in Pennsylvania, and educated at Bucknell University, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and Westminster Theological Seminary. He was first a pastor in Hopewell, Virginia. In … Continue reading

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