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If Bible Stories Had Click-bait Titles

The Reddit community r/Christianity, of which I am a part, had a fun discussion the other day and I thought it would be great to share some of the top responses to the question “If the Bible Had Click-Bait Titles, What Would They Be?”

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When the Church Should Divide and When It Shouldn’t

The appeal for unity at all cost in the face of actual division over orthodoxy can itself become a type of heresy which destroys the church from within. And to be clear, it will not destroy the church (which is indestructible), but it will devastate people by the force of unwitting deception and lead to broken lives and the shipwrecking of priceless faith on the shoals of the spirit of our times.

From: J. D. Walt

Marriage, Human Sexuality, and the Body: Man and Woman in their Original Solitude (Part III)

This is part of a series of articles on marriage, human sexuality and the body. Read Part I here. Read Part II here. – One of the great insights of Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body series is his understanding of what it meant for Adam to be “alone.”

From: Timothy Tennent

No Clowns Needed: 5 Suggestions for Preaching Intergenerational Sermons

Preaching intergenerationally, to several different age levels, can seem overwhelming and difficult. Before you hire clowns, I would like to invite you to think differently about intergenerational preaching and suggest that you do not have to “dumb” down or change your preaching style to reach the different age groups in your congregations.

From: Preaching Collective

Unplugged: what is the substance of your worship?

What would worshipping "unplugged" this Sunday expose about those things on which we depend for worship? I recently asked worship leaders from around the nation to consider this question.

From: Worship Design Collective

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