Thursday, March 3, 2016

How I Learned to Love My Period


SPEAKING OUT
Should Christians Vote for the Lesser of Two Evils?
Even at the ballot box, morality is not relative.
Russell Moore
For years, I have urged Christians to take seriously their obligations as citizens, starting with exercising the right to vote. In the public square and at the ballot box, we must be more engaged, not less. But what happens in a race where Christians are faced with two morally problematic choices? Should voters cast a ballot for the lesser of two evils? This unpredictable election cycle could go in any number of directions... continue reading >>


Her.meneutics
How I Learned to Love My Period
From curse to cause for celebration.
 
The Exchange
Parenting in a New Day of Presidential Politics
Amy Whitfield notes how politics has changed in the last two decades
 
Book Review
God's Love Isn't Neat and Tidy
Why we shouldn't seek an airtight explanation for the problem of evil.
 
The Exchange
Amplifying Evangelism—Unplugging the Tools that We Turned into Rules
It is important for evangelistic tools not to become rules

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