Foolish Things

Stan Guthrie

Stan Guthrie

Stan Guthrie is an editor at large for Christianity Today and author of Missions in the Third Millennium and All That Jesus Asks. His column, "Foolish Things," ran from 2006 to 2007.

Guthrie: The Great Commission Still Applies
Missionary Myths
Why the Great Commission still applies.
Guthrie: Ancient Parable, Urgent Time
Ancient Parable, Urgent Time
We face a challenge of both global and spiritual proportions.
Guthrie: Not Finished with Pro-Life Fight
We're Not Finished
Abortion is not simply one item on our social agenda.
Guthrie: Evangelism to Jews
Why Evangelize the Jews?
God's chosen people need Jesus as much as we do.
Guthrie: A Hole in Our Holism
A Hole in Our Holism
Why evangelicals might be shy about sharing their faith.
Guthrie: Why I Believe
Answering the Atheists
A Reader's Digest version of why I am a Christian.
Guthrie: Why I Am Not a Red-Letter Christian
When Red Is Blue
Why I am not a Red-Letter Christian.
Guthrie: Stumbling After Jesus
Stumbling After Jesus
The Christian life was never meant to be a cakewalk.
Anti-Abortion Focus: Suffering or Immorality?
Don't Cede the High Ground
Our abortion views don't rest on sociological data.
Living with the Darwin Fish
Living with the Darwin Fish
Why the discovery of yet another 'missing link' doesn't destroy my faith.
Guthrie: The Shocking Thing to Do
The Scandal of Forgiveness
Want to shock your neighbors? Try forgiving them.
Do Embryos Reflect God's Image?
Worth Protecting
It's hard to see the humanity of tiny embryos if we live by blind faith.
Sit Down, Sit Down for Jesus?
Sit Down, Sit Down for Jesus?
Contrary to rumor, the culture wars aren't over. Nor should they be.

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