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Features a variety of perspectives, letters, and journal entries on theology, Christian living and contemporary culture ––– ranging from casual and thought-provoking blogs on current events to expository teachings for personal reflection and application.

The Cave Psalm

The Cave Psalm

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Israel has been home to a vast system of wadis from the most ancient of times. Wadis are dried waterways that experience seasonal flooding. They can vastly range in size from shallow to very deep, and narrow to very wide. They are beautiful, mysterious, and
Humble Bread

Humble Bread

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In modern Western culture, much ado has been made about what we should be eating. This privileged conundrum has given us countless books, blogs, movements and lifestyles all in the name of self-betterment. This is what can happen when we stop worrying about starvation; we
The City of Death

The City of Death

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“Behold, I will make Jerusalem a cup of trembling unto all the people round about, when they shall be in the siege both against Judah and against Jerusalem. And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people; all that burden
The Old Testament Missionary

The Protestant Reformation and the Gospel significance of the first Jewish missionary

The Old Testament Missionary

The Protestant Reformation and the Gospel significance of the first Jewish missionary

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In early October, the Hembree boys and I headed for the heart of Toronto to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation at Wycliffe College. The conference was chock-full of Reformation scholars; each presentation reinforced one another by underscoring the gapping contrast between the modernized sense of Church