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Exposing the Truth about Honor and Shame
The Four Dimensions Christians Must Understand
0; tweet; share; email; print. Shame is getting exposed, finally. Commentators now observe how Western culture, especially the millennial generation, is becoming more shame-prone.
The Two Worlds of a Nigerian Christian Novelist
How Chigozie Obioma’s writing draws on Western and African expressions of faith.
How Chigozie Obioma's writing draws on Western and African expressions of faith. How Chigozie Obioma's writing draws on Western and African expressions of faith.
Pray for Aleppo? Survey Says Fewer Christians Pray for Refugees
World Vision president sees ‘America’s heart closing’ to Syria and Iraq.
Most churches still functioning in the city are in the western, government- controlled side. On Wednesday, a bomb exploded at a Christmas tree lighting
16 Scholars, Authors, and Celebs Evangelicals Lost in 2016
Remembering Thomas Oden, Peter Wagner, Cliff Barrows, Gordon Lewis, and others.
Kenneth Bailey, the Scholar Who Made Jesus Middle Eastern Again The late scholar helped Western Christians see the Bible through a cultural lens.
God's Feminist Ideals
We're created to be image bearers and justice seekers.
But there is another issue as well. We must note the differences in a secular, modern Western view of feminism and the justice for women that Scripture models.
Died: Thomas Oden, Methodist Theologian Who Found Classical Christianity
His contribution to theology: nothing new. And that's what made him famous.
faith can be found in the first five centuries of the Christian church (Oden, Requiem: A Lament in Three Movements), before the “speculative scholasticism” of western Catholicism.
A Journey as Old as Humanity Itself
What’s behind our timeless fascination with religious pilgrimage?
pilgrimage? AJ Swoboda/ December 5, 2016. Image: Zivica Kerkez / Shutterstock. The Pilgrim Journey: A History of Pilgrimage in the Western World Our
Evangelism in Post-Christian Western Europe: Six Insights
What can American Evangelicals learn from their European counterparts in regards to evangelism?
Aug 18, 2016. evangelism, Europe, Postmodern. Evangelism in Post-Christian Western Europe: Six Insights. Evangelism in Post-Christian Western Europe: Six Insights.
What Animals Teach Christians about Getting Along
Competition characterizes some creature interactions. So does tenderness and care.
At one time, Western society celebrated the beauty and wonder of nature, seeing trees, rabbits and waterfalls through the sentimental, rose-tinted glasses of Romanticism.
Compassion: 145,000 Children Could Lose Sponsorship by Christmas
Christian charity's largest country, India, no longer lets it transfer money. And now it's run out.
Bishop told CT. “I hope they're able to see that we want to support their culture, and not to break it down and make it more Western.”. Compassion's warning
Stand and Share: My Interview with Outreach Magazine
The Decline of Christian Evangelism … and What We Can Do About It
But what the Western church doesn't want to learn from them is a passionate commitment to evangelism. It characterizes almost everything that they do in growing churches.
A 'Romantic Way to Escape Persecution': Online Matchmaking
Persecution watchdog group hopes romantic connections between Western and Pakistani Christians could lead to asylum. Other persecution groups aren’t so sure.
Persecution watchdog group hopes romantic connections between Western and Pakistani Christians could lead to asylum. Other persecution groups aren't so sure.
Russia: The Other Christian Nation
A cozy relationship between church and state has lasting implications.
The notion that people will invariably choose a Western-style democracy once they taste the fruits of a market economy has been a bedrock of US foreign policy until just a few years ago
Russia's Ban on Evangelism Is Now in Effect
But how strictly will it be enforced?
That “need” would arise as a result of greatly-heightened East-West tensions—tensions which are also very much contingent upon Western behaviour.
Why We Need ‘Useless’ People
Babies with Down syndrome are aborted all over the world for being ‘a burden to society.’ Here’s how we can advocate for them.
Gift: Faith, Expectations and a Little Girl Named Penny (Bethany House). She lives with her husband, Peter, and three children in western Connecticut.
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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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