Interesting links for the week of October 3, 2022

North Carolina woman prints her resume on a cake, has it hand-delivered to Nike For some Christians, ‘rapture anxiety’ can take a lifetime to heal How Do We Take the Lord’s Name in Vain? The Light Force of God’s Smuggler: Arab Christians Mourn Brother Andrew Religious ‘switching’ patterns will help determine Christianity’s course in U.S. […]

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Interesting links for the week of September 26, 2022

How a solitary monk, known for his soup, united a community Atheist says Queen’s funeral was ‘empty and platitudinous.’ I disagree. The Rise of the Evangelical Heretic ‘Learned Defense’ in Cultural Crisis: William Edgar’s Legacy ‘Live a martyr’s life’: Hundreds march in DC to raise their voices for persecuted Christians PODCAST: Jonathan Pageau, Douglas Murray, […]

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Interesting links for the week of September 19, 2022

British Illustrator Is Drawing All 300 Churches in Her Diocese Almost Half of Evangelical Leaders Have Been Cancelled Bible museum opens unprecedented Samaritans exhibit with ancient inscription loaned by Israeli president The gospel — and the GOP — according to J.D. Hall America’s Misguided Fascination With Royalty PODCAST: Christian witches. Hexing. Tarot cards. It’s all […]

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Interesting links for the week of September 12, 2022

The Queen’s lifelong Christian faith was an ‘inspiration and an anchor’ Why Is Faith So Important? Billy Graham’s 9/11 Message From Washington National Cathedral Is the Future of Christian Music on TikTok? Pelican Project member Michelle Van Loon wrote about how Appropriating Jewish Religious Symbols May Not Communicate What Christians Think It Does  PODCAST: The […]

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Interesting links for the week of September 5, 2022

Foreign Candy Puts American Candy to Shame Died: Kees de Kort, Beloved Bible Artist Opinion: Trump should fill Christians with rage. How come he doesn’t? Nondenominational pastors found to hold more biblical views than pastors of other denominations: survey 5 (seemingly) well-intended sentences that are hurting the Church PODCAST: Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle […]

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Interesting links for the week of August 29, 2022

How to Love the Graceless Christian Museum of the Bible returns 1,000-year-old handwritten Gospel manuscript to Greek Monastery Maternal Instinct Is a Myth That Men Created Why I’m Grateful I Started Out as a Youth Pastor Opinion: Christians Shouldn’t Kill Christians — Even on Death Row PODCAST: Michael Bird talks with Matthew Bates about Romans […]

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Interesting links for the week of August 24, 2022

Leadership Roles of Women Divide Protestant Denominations God Wanted Me When the Foster-Care System Didn’t I’m 30. The Sexual Revolution Shackled My Generation. Opinion: The No. 1 reason true believers leave a church Jehovah’s Witnesses to return to door knocking, a sign of new COVID-19 stage PODCAST: This Postmodern Realities Podcast episode is a conversation […]

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Interesting links for the week of August 15, 2022

Clutch Member Tamie Davis writes about why she’s a feminist and a Christian Welcome to a New School Year Clutch Member Ashley Diane Worsham writes about Grief Should you cut toxic people out of your life? Justice Department Investigates Southern Baptist Convention Over Abuse PODCAST: Manda Carpenter visits the That Sounds Fun Podcast to discuss […]

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Interesting links for the week of August 8, 2022

Moral Failings in the Pulpit Lead to Moral Injury in the Pews Millennials adopt digital worship, but not at the expense of IRL faith Not all Baptists are Southern Fears of Bible shortage in Hong Kong sparked by Chinese Communist Party’s crackdown on religion Paleontologists discover fossils of 30-foot prehistoric marine lizard in North Texas […]

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