Monthly Archives: November 2012

A hidden gem

In this month’s issue of the New Yorker magazine-not usually the place for profound theological thought, this gem lies hidden “Throughout American history, the most successful church movements have not been the ones that kept up with contemporary culture, but … Continue reading

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The Church’s Paradox

I’ve been engaged in an absolutely fascinating exchange with a a fellow believer this week who has been doing an excellent job of “iron sharpening iron” as we discuss the invariable disconnect between our confession of faith and our profession/practice … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of Charisma

Absolutely interesting article at HBR, with significant implications for churches and just as importantly, parachurch organizations. Something to think through…

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When Mutants become Normal

For an extended period of time, I have been uncomfortable with the complacency with which ethnic church goers in my context approach the commands of God. I am not certain that I know exactly, or precisely how to describe it, … Continue reading

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