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The Book of Man

The Book of Man is an interesting look at what it means to be a man.  William J. Bennett acknowledges that any definition of masculinity will lean heavily on culture.  As a result, he has compiled a series of essays, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Why Men Hate Going To Church

David Murrow’s Why Men Hate Going to Church was an incredibly frustrating read.  Ten years ago I was introduced to John Eldredge’s Wild At Heart, and ever since I have been thinking about what it means to be a man.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: With by Skye Jethani

To the right is a link title “books.”  It contains two lists, a list of books I am currently reading and another list of books that I think everyone should read.  With by Skye Jethani has just moved from the … Continue reading

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Book Review: What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do

The situation described in the title, What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do, is a common one for us all.  Regardless of how together we like to present ourselves, we all experience times when we feel unsure … Continue reading

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A Response to the Response to Rob Bell and Love Wins

I have a sixteen-month-old son at home who has just done his business on the big boy toilet for the first time.  Hold on to your congratulations for a moment.  He did his business as I frantically swung him over … Continue reading

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The Gospel According to Lost (book review)

I have always been skeptical of The Gospel According to… books.  The market is flooded with them: The Gospel According to Peanuts, The Gospel According to Star Wars, The Gospel According to the Simpsons, etc.  I often feel the author … Continue reading

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A Community Called Atonement by Scot McKnight (Part 2)

In ACCA McKnight seeks to bring all of the metaphors, moments, and stories of atonement together not necessarily into a single viewpoint, but rather under a single umbrella, so that each can influence a holistic view of atonement. His assumption … Continue reading

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