Monthly Archives: March 2011

Heresies and How to Avoid Them

This was actually a surprisingly good read. Heresies and How to Avoid The: Why It Matters What Christians Believe presents an instructive tour through the first several centuries of the Christian movement, the numerous church councils during those years and … Continue reading

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Love Wins

I am a perpetual optimist, so how could I not go for a title like Love Wins? I’ve seen some of the hype about Rob Bell’s latest book, but haven’t had extensive exposure to it. But “universalist” and “heretic” were … Continue reading

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Forgotten God

Some people talk a lot about – even boast of – the Spirit, but their lives do not bear His fruit. Others speak of the Holy Spirit in theoretical or practical terms, yet do not experience Him at work. Still … Continue reading

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Prodigal God

Timothy Keller’s Prodigal God was one of my “roundtuit” reads – it had been sitting on my “to read” shelf for the past two years. A Saturday or two ago I finally picked it up and finished it that day … Continue reading

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O books, a taste of heaven

The Carnegie was the public library in our town, a square redbrick building, roofed by a rotunda. In the entrance area there was a mountain goat, “the beast the color of winter,” on display in a glass case, mounted climbing … Continue reading

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