Monthly Archives: February 2011

Evolving Faith 1

Rachel Held Evans is a young author, a talented writer, with¬† a story of common experience to tell. Rachel’s book,¬† Evolving in Monkey Town, is the memoir of a young Christian wrestling with the meaning and implications of Christian faith. … Continue reading

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Church for the “Next Christians”? … A request for advice

Last week I put up a post, based on my own experiences and the suggestions of Gabe Lyons in his new book The Next Christians, with the premise that the focus of church and the understanding of the role of … Continue reading

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Church for The “Next Christians”

Here is my premise, and I’d like to know what you think as you read though the entire post: While church is and will remain at the epicenter of Christian community, essential for worship, for sacrament, for fellowship, the work … Continue reading

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belief … the meaning of life

Francis Collins, in the brief stretch between stints as head of the Human Genome Project at NIH and, now, Director of NIH, put together a book, Belief: Readings on the Reason for Faith, an anthology of readings he finds helpful … Continue reading

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An Afternoon With John Polkinghorne

In this post today I would like to point to a video featuring Rev. Dr. John Polkinghorne. Dr. Polkinghorne was a very successful scientist, an expert and creative theoretical physicist involved in the discovery of quarks. He was Professor of … Continue reading

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belief … What is the point?

I am going to go off on something of a tangent today, away from the usual issues of science and faith – but I would like to put up an idea and start some discussion, hear what people think. Over … Continue reading

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belief … story or history?

Francis Collins, in the brief stretch between stints as head of the Human Genome Project at NIH and, now, Director of NIH, put together a book, Belief: Readings on the Reason for Faith, an anthology of readings he finds helpful … Continue reading

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belief … the modern case

Francis Collins, in the brief stretch between stints as head of the Human Genome Project at NIH and, now, Director of NIH, put together a book, Belief: Readings on the Reason for Faith, an anthology of readings he finds helpful … Continue reading

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