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Why Christians Can Raise Kids Anywhere: A Response to Kathy Keller

Why Christians Can Raise Kids Anywhere: A Response to Kathy Keller

Christ calls us not to a particular location but to a particular way of life.

Kathy Keller, writing recently for the City project, is right to remind Christians that it's possible to raise creative, compassionate, confident, and faithful children in cities. I get it: Christians, like many other white Americans, have long fled ...

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Nate Clarke

March 23, 2012  6:02pm

At This Is Our City we value thoughtful and respectful dialogue. At this point, much of the conversation is taking a far too assumptive and accusatory tone. We'll begin deleting comments that don't advance dialogue. This certainly doesn't mean everyone is in agreement, but please keep your disagreements focused on the issue and stated in an irenic manner.

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