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Japan’s Hidden Christians

I learned something interesting today. Japan’s prime minister Taro Aso is a Christian. That’s fairly remarkable given that the country’s

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The Immaculate Subversion

The second installment of my Vocolo (Chicago Public Radio) conversation with host Brian Babylon is now available. Last Friday we

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Surprised by Anne Rice

Last week I picked up a leftover copy of Anne Rice’s second novel about Jesus (or Yeshua ben Joseph as

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Advent Conspiracy in “Time”

Rick McKinley is pastor of Imago Dei in Portland, Oregon, and the guy behind the Advent Conspiracy movement. I first

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Audio Sermon: No Perfect People Allowed

Christians will often say, “We’re all sinners.” But the way we operate often communicates something else. Within church communities there

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Cosmo-Christians

Last year during the presidential campaign, an interesting trend was observed. The Christian segment of the population once believed to

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Stranded in Neverland

Princesses scare me. It isn’t their volatile behavior, creepy step-mothers, or the ferocious fire-breathing beasts that often accompany them that

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A Christian Response to the “Ground Zero Mosque”

[NOTE: This post originally appeared on The Washington Post‘s “On Faith” website.] Governmental, religious, and cultural leaders on all sides

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Doubting God’s Goodness

Julia Duin has written a really insightful piece in The Washington Times about the religious questions being asked by this

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