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Self-righteousness pervades individuals, families, and organizations, so we must learn how to recognize it.
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Motivation is hard. And comfort food feels so good. But it’s more important now than ever to stay healthy.
We haven’t ceased to be the church. We’ll never cease to be that. But I miss the gathering.
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Recognized as one of the most popular and thoughtful evangelical bloggers on the web, Scot McKnight and his loyal community discuss theology and current events in a seamless, engaging conversation.
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His case is so convincing, so true, that it is beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are guilty.
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