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Dec 24, 2013
Year in Review

Top Cultural Posts of 2013

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Top Cultural Posts of 2013

Some of my favorite blog posts to write are blogs that deal with popular culture issues that are in the news or on my mind. Christians are to be in this world, not of it as we see in John 17, Romans 12, and otherwise, and a lot of times this idea is put to the test on the battleground of popular culture.

Here are my Top 5 Cultural Blog Posts of 2013, with excerpts:

1. 7 Biblical Tests for Christians and Music

2. Politics, Social Media, and More Important Things

3. Four Reasons You Should Go Trick-or-Treating Tonight

4. 10 Things I've Learned after 26 Years of Marriage

5. Seeing the Church Through the Eyes of Two Twitter Rockstars

Have a Merry Christmas, and be sure to catch the Top Current Events posts of the year on Thursday.

Related Topics:Halloween; Marriage; Twitter
Posted:December 24, 2013 at 7:00 am


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