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Too Public Baptism: Ex-Muslim Loses Lawsuit Against Church
Oklahoma Supreme Court rules against convert tortured in Syria after Tulsa church publicized his conversion online.
It was the first thing that popped up under his name in an internet search, he told the Tulsa World. “It merely involves the church's publication of appellant's name on the internet.”.
Subscriber Access Only 5 Books to Read During an Internet Sabbatical
Considering a break from the web? Let Esther Emery pick the right readings to keep you company.
5 Books to Read During an Internet Sabbatical. Considering a break from the web? 5 Books to Read During an Internet Sabbatical. 5 Books to Read During an Internet Sabbatical.
Theology for Life (Ep. 9): False Intimacy: A Discussion on Pornography, the Brain, and Our Faith
Dr. William Struthers is Professor of Psychology at Wheaton College.
There's a generation coming up, says Struthers, who've come of age with the Internet in their homes and have a dependency to pornography—it's a self-medication.
Eat, Pray, Lent: Here's What Americans Actually Abstain From
Nearly 3 in 10 evangelical believers now observe the season before Easter.
KnowledgePanel®. For those who agree to participate, but do not already have Internet access, GfK provides at no cost a laptop and ISP connection.
Can We Evangelize Late Modern Culture?
We cannot assume a shared foundation.
We have to be careful about assumptions. Also, people in flux want to be heard. We are shaped by a constant conversation, or information flow—the Internet and social media.
Evangelical Campus Ministry (InterVarsityUSA) Decides Employees Should Hold Evangelical Beliefs on Marriage (Updated with InterVarsity Statement)
Evangelical organizations employ people who share their core beliefs, just like your church.
abrupt, or a shock. So, why is this news? Well, the Internet is abuzz with outrage and now stories are hitting the mainstream media. But why is it news
Lovekindness: A Post-Election Path for Christians in America
Democracy sees the value of dialogue for the common good.
relationship. Among other things, the Internet allows us to surround ourselves with voices that feed our biases and intensify our sense of aggrievement.
Latest Survey: Most Evangelicals Are Not Voting Trump
Measuring Americans by beliefs, not self-identity, makes a big difference in 2016 election polls.
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Why My Grief Belongs on the Internet
Public lament is more than just another hot take or social media rant.
Why My Grief Belongs on the Internet. Public lament is more than just another hot take or social media rant. Why My Grief Belongs on the Internet. Why My Grief Belongs on the Internet.
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Weeping during tragedy, Surrounded by Muslims, Church signs, and more!
But when we splash the All Lives Matter phrase all over the Internet, we do more harm than good. It's best to deal in specifics. Here's a good example. Philando Castile's life matters.
Coffee: The Beverage That Fuels the Church
How the church has transformed a cup of joe into a universal display of hospitality.
Its aroma can evoke 19th-century marble-topped café tables and chamber music—at the same time, the caffeine acclimates the brain to the endless interfaces of the Internet.
The Divorce Delusion: Marriage Matters for the Gospel's Sake
The prevalence of divorce today means Christians should understand marriage even better.
If you search the Internet for any length of time, you will find site after site, and story after story affirming a new definition of marriage and encouragement to divorce “for happiness sake
Teens Read Bible More During the School Year
The latest study from Barna also shows how many teens think the Bible offers hope, and whether their house rules are influenced by Scripture.
Significantly more practicing Protestant teens than last year searched for Bible verses on their phone (67%, up from 54%) and looked up Bible content on the Internet (51%, up from 41
Lent, Unplugged
In a time of digital consumption, here’s how the church can lead the way on healthy media fasting.
With 6.4 billion digital devices connected to the Internet at the end of 2016 and 20 billion expected to be online by 2020, consensus is growing that tech's best feature may be its off
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How Internet outrage hits deep.
Sin Gone Viral. How Internet outrage hits deep. This is what the Internet can do to us, especially through the escalating back-and-forth on our Facebook and Twitter feeds.
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There's No Crying on Social Media!
There's No Crying on Social Media!
Young adults are desperate not to let peers see any signs of weakness or failure.
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