Is anything biblically wrong with enjoying secular music … for the glory of God? Perhaps you're a (closet) secular music junkie drumming to The Who, but it’s all King’s College and Sandra McCracken on Sunday mornings. Certainly we know there’s a line, but it can be hard discerning when we’ve crossed it and started abusing our Christian liberty. Besides, some emotionally charged Christian music is as damaging as Boy George.
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When someone recommends a bad book.
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New trends in Bible Journaling
What I'm reading while covered in snow...
Rachel Miller responds to a most odd statement.
Another reason it is so hard for us to read books---the Internet is changing our brains.
Because we're not animals; we're people!
Why the silence from leading complementarian women on the incoherence which the male leadership is injecting into their movement?