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Day: March 2, 2016

Why Doubt Is Good for Evangelism

A hard truth for many of us to admit is that if we would wrestle more deeply with society’s objections to our faith, as well as with our own doubts, we might be better prepared to respond with both strength and grace in these types of contexts.

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The Church Should Start Reading the Bible as Literature

The church should read the Bible as more than literature—but never less than literature. In this Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. David Grubbs suggests that when the church begins to read the Bible as literature, it opens up fresh insights that honors this remarkable gift from God.

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Is Financial Independence a Good Thing?

We frequently teach that financial independence is equivalent to financial stewardship, but are they really the same thing? Kevin Kinghorn discusses John Wesley, mortgage burning, and what it means to critically engage the way we, as Christians, view wealth and financial independence.

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The Unbridled Brutality of Our Race

  [button font_size=”25″ color=”#c69225″ text_color=”#ffffff” url=”″ width=”400″ target=”_blank”]Listen to today’s Daily Text[/button] March 2, 2016 Matthew 2:16-18 16 When Herod realized that he had been outwitted by the Magi, he was furious, and he gave

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