Grieving Deeply with Faith: Not a Contradiction

In her poem A Better Resurrection, the 19th-century Christian poetess, Christina Rossetti, captures a rawness of her pain that exposes violent emotions. The three-stanza poem contours the dark, depressing side to her grief that eclipses

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Around the Horn (June 27)

“Sacred Scripture … is placed high on a throne”: Augustine on the Bible The idea that the Bible is the infallible and inerrant word of God is not new to the church. As Michael Haykin

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Around the Horn (June 20)

Peril on Both Sides Preaching in light of the overarching biblical narrative is good and right, yet, in this post, Tim Challies warns against emphasizing the overarching narrative to the detriment of the uniqueness of the

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Around the Horn (June 13)

Ordinary Work, Extraordinary Opportunity In this post by Tim Challies, he highlights the fact that we interact on a daily basis with people in ordinary jobs. It is people in ordinary jobs they can make

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Around the Horn (June 6)

Tiananmen Square & the Courage and Stand Alone As Russell Moore notes in this article, "Jesus identified the fear of standing alone as one of the primary aspects of cowardice." He goes on to note

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