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Sep 20, 2010

How is "religion" faring in America? A new study by Pew Research shows that two-thirds (67%) believe religion is losing influence. This is up from 59% in 2006. 23% of those surveyed say religion is gaining influence in American life, and 4% believe it hasn't changed.

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Aug 30, 2010

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What do you think of when you hear the phrase "the world?" Does it elicit a positive or negative response?

The Scripture ...

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Aug 23, 2010

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If there were such a thing as a Hall of Fame for '80s movies, Back to the Future would have to be there. Michael J. Fox is ...

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Aug 11, 2010

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We've been discussing the issue of contextualization here at the blog (Parts one, two and three of the newest series "Calling ...

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Jul 20, 2010

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In all of the discussion and debate revolving around the issue of contextualization most will agree that knowing the truth of the ...

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Jun 21, 2010

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For the past few years the issue of "contextualization" has been intensely discussed and debated. Throughout the many ...

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May 28, 2010

Paris

People have been living in Paris, before it was "Paris," since 4200 BC. Today the capital city of France is the most populated city of Western Europe. It counts over 2 million inhabitants and is the center of the 13 million people Paris region.

Paris has for centuries attracted ...

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Feb 7, 2010

Right now, many of you are gathered around the TV, surrounded by bowls of dip and chips, platters of wings, and other tasty treats as you watch The Game. Are you getting your Superbowl on? Some people watch mostly for the commercials, and at least one spot has already generated ...

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Jan 4, 2010

Airlines are much in the news lately-- and much of it is negative. I thought I would share something that turned out positive.

Recently, I flew on Continental Airlines. It was a quality experience. I had very gracious crew, clean plane, and an on-time flight. You can't go ...

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Dec 21, 2009

The Barna Group has just released four themes they see from their research in 2009. Read the excerpts below, check out the full article here, and come back to discuss.

Theme 1: Increasingly, Americans are more interested in faith and spirituality than in Christianity."Faith remains ...
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Dec 14, 2009

LifeWay Research just released some new data from a survey of Protestant pastors concerning their views of Islam. You can find the story at the Christian Post, where we will be releasing research of interest to the broader Christian community.

Here are some excerpts:

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Dec 9, 2009

A new study done by Patrick F. Fagan examines the effects of pornography on individuals, marriage, family and community. Fagan is Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for Research on Marriage and Religion at the Family Research Council. He specializes in examining the relationships ...

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Dec 6, 2009

I have watched with interest the discussion about The Manhattan Declaration. I was invited to attend the "launch" meeting and to be one of the original signers. However, I did not attend-- not out of disinterest, but due to schedule. Yet, in the last few weeks I have been ...

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Nov 27, 2009

My tweet about President Obama seemed to garner a response from my colleagues in the Twitter-sphere and on my Facebook page, but not much beyond that.

Here is what I wrote while watching the opening toast of the first state dinner of the Obama administration in November 2009:

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Oct 27, 2009

A friend recently pointed me to an interesting approach to communicating the gospel in multiple languages.

Hollywood veteran Bruce Marchiano (who played Jesus in "Matthew") is developing a film on the life of Christ and scripted word-for-word from the Gospel of John.

Funding wont ...

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