Monthly Archives: August 2014

Are All Sins Really “Equal”?

by Alex Kato for Dr. Pendleton’s Pastoral Counseling 511 Summer 2014 Note: The terms “victim” and “perpetrator” in this paper are not meant to suggest that people are one or the other, or to endorse these as all-encompasing labels, but to … Continue reading

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Striking Statements about Global Christianity

Did you know a church was established in China in 638? Nor did I, until I read this quote from Philip Jenkins’ The Next Christendom: “Along the Silk Route, the Church

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Considering Gaza With A 150-Year-Old Sermon

“God has commanded the sword to return to its scabbard; there, I hope, to rust.” Our forebears didn’t live in black and white. Yesterday’s vocabulary and spelling seem archaic and odd, but they had living, breathing, full-color todays, as vivid as … Continue reading

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