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Weekly Meanderings, 26 September 2020
Our weekly selection of links across the web.
Combatent l’ansietat amb l’Antic Testament
Les Escriptures són una font sorprenent de suport en la nostra lluita contra l’estrès.
Déu sabia el que feia quan va donar a Jesús dos arbres genealògics
Com resoldre les diverses disparitats entre les genealogies a Mateu i a Lluc.
Leading From A Healthy Soul
Resilient Church Leadership invites you to join us in rest and reflection.
¿Realmente amamos la Ley de Dios?
El Antiguo Testamento no contradice la ética del Nuevo Testamento, la aclara.
Let My People Meet: Capitol Hill Baptist, and Inconsistent Government Rules
Real violations of religious liberty occur when the government singles out churches, not when everyone has to follow the same rules.
Mental Illness and the ‘Medical Theodicy’ Trap
Why do we feel such a palpable sense of spiritual relief when the problem is with the body rather than the mind?
Robbing Them of Their Blessing
Stung Like a Bee
White evangelicalism failed to lead and take action for racial reconciliation in America.
Mark Dever’s Capitol Hill Baptist Sues to Not Forsake the Assembly
Without online preaching or multiple services, the DC church crossed state lines to gather legally during the pandemic.
분노하시는 하나님의 모성애
구약에서 분노하시는 하나님에 대해 우리는 왜곡된 인식을 갖고 있습니다.
Why the Supreme Court Makeup Matters Beyond Abortion
Legal experts cite religious freedom and free speech among the major issues for evangelicals in a post–Ruth Bader Ginsburg court.
In Christ It’s Yes In My Backyard
Cyprian of Carthage offers caution against the “suburban lifestyle dream.”
Our Personal Scars Can Help Others Heal
There are four marks of wounded healers.
Jesus Breaks through some Limits
Pandemic Denial Sows Division and Endangers Others
When pastors and church leaders deny that we are even in a pandemic, it can cause wide-ranging problems.
Some Things Mean More: The Friendship of Ginsburg-Scalia
How do we foster friendships that transcend polarization?
Bethel’s Sean Feucht’s Protests and Praises Have a History
The musician has been traveling the country and gathering people to worship God. It’s sparked controversy.
The Supreme Court Needs to Be Less Central to American Public Life
Here’s what evangelicals should expect—and not expect—from the highest court in the land.
Rediscovering the Pedagogical Power of Narnia
C. S. Lewis’s fiction can teach virtue, according to a new curriculum. But the true potential is so much more.

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What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
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