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What Would Satan Do?

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Afraid of the Dark: What Suffering Tells Us About God

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The Bible in One Verse

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Skyshore

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Blackerby’s Wonderful Traveling Machine

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Love Your Neighbor: No Exceptions

“We can disagree and still love each other unless your disagreement is rooted in my oppression and denial of my humanity and right to exist.” This quote is widely attributed to James Baldwin, but was, in fact, coined by Robert Jones, … Continue reading

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In the Garden

There is an old hymn from 1912—more than a hundred years old—entitled “In the Garden.”  It was written by C. Austin Miles, an American songwriter.  It became popular thanks to its use by the evangelist Billy Sunday.  Later, it was … Continue reading

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The Kingdom and Suffering

The seventeenth century philosopher and theologian Gottfried Leibniz argued that if God is good, loving, and powerful, then this must be the best possible world, because what other kind of world would such a deity create?  The problem, of course, … Continue reading

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Prayer in School is A Bad Idea

A webcast from Saturday, October 24, 2020. A Mirror Darkly: unbridled inquiry livestreams on YouTube and Facebook most Saturdays at 4 PM Pacific Time. Send to Kindle

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Sinners in the Hands of Angry Christians

If a Christian sees people in the world behaving badly, if he or she sees politicians misbehaving, celebrities doing bad things, pundits saying mean things, corporations acting irresponsibly, and other individuals who are morally reprehensible, what should he or she … Continue reading

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