"Conspiracy Theories and the Gospel"– CalvaryChapel.com
“Jesus did want us to take action against the injustice happening in the world at the hands of corrupt government, corrupt officials, or corrupt angelic powers, but it wasn’t through the whisperings of conspiracy, the spreading of leaflets, the emailing newsletters, or even through military might."
"Creation Fest 2020 Official Update"– Creation Fest UK
"Mission and Ministry Lead Sarah Yardley and Festival Director Brian Brodersen bring us the official announcement about Creation Fest 2020."
"Why Art and Beauty Matter During a Pandemic"– Christianity Today
"These theologians and artists found beauty in suffering."
"Cultural Engagement: A Crash Course in Contemporary Issues"– TheWeeFlea
"Of making many books about culture, there is no end, and much study wearies the body. So, it was with a degree of trepidation that I ventured into the unknown of this collection of short essays on a wide variety of cultural issues. I need not have feared, however—it ended up being rather brilliant."
"The Unstoppable Word of Christ"– Nate Holdridge
"And though Jesus is portrayed in Mark as silencing the crowds, the demons, and people he healed, this parable shows us he would one day be shouted about from the rooftops. One day he would be made manifest and come to light (22). Even these parables, designed at least for a moment to keep him mysterious, would one day be known by all. The Jesus secret would be made known. He would be widely broadcast by his people. The gospel would be preached. One day, the church would plainly declare the message of Jesus!"
"Is Christianity Unbelievable?"– Think Biblically
"For over a decade, Justin Brierley has been hosting the popular radio show Unbelievable?, which is a program that features discussions between Christians and non-Christians. In this interview, Justin shares some of the insights he has learned about how to communicate gospel truth effectively in our increasingly secular world. And he shares some of the reasons he is still a Christian after all these years of conversation with atheists, skeptics, and other non-believers."
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