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1 Corinthians 1:13

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Sharing the Gospel with People Who Aren't Thinking about Death or Eternity


WHERE WE STAND
Moral Relativism Is Dead
Why outrage culture is good news for the gospel.
Ted Olsen
Elvis. Tupac. The ivory-billed woodpecker. Sometimes it's hard to let go and acknowledge when a celebrity or a species has left us. Christians find it particularly hard to come to terms with the passing of the "moral relativist." Yes, there is the occasional reported sighting in the local university's philosophy wing or at the late-night dorm room's impromptu debate club. But compared to this creature's former range and numbers, they're all but extinct in the wild. continue reading >>


Gleanings
Princeton Seminary Reforms Its Views on Honoring Tim Keller
School rescinds a major theology prize amid complaints over women's ordination.
 
The Calling
How BJ Thompson Shoulders the Burdens of Other People's Marriages
A member of Lecrae's hip-hop collective set his sights on something fundamental.
 
The Exchange
Sharing the Gospel with People Who Aren't Thinking about Death or Eternity
How do we witness to people who don't think about heaven and aren't fearful of hell?
 
Pivot
CTPastors Has a Small Church Section — And They Want to Hear From You!
How to pitch, write and submit an article that fellow small church pastors will want to read, and the editors of CTPastors will want to publish.

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