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The Gospel of Judas: Monster or kitten?

The Gospel of Judas: Monster or kitten?

In the first week of April 2006, the press announced with great fanfare the discovery of the “lost Gospel of Judas.” The terminology was well crafted to scandalize. A “lost gospel” might mean that the Bible has been incomplete all this time. What information might it add to what we already know about Jesus? Will […]

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Let's Love Our Neighbors

Let’s Love Our Neighbors

I pray that you had a great weekend. This past week has been quite eventful for Americans. Now, we know who the new president-elect is. I only hope that, regardless of the nominee for whom you may have voted, we gather ourselves in prayer for President-elect Donald Trump just as I hope we pray for President […]

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Political Idols and the Possibility of Revival

Political Idols and the Possibility of Revival

People around the world are aware of the upcoming U.S. Presidential election and how contentious the campaigns have been. Historian William De Arteaga tells us about an essay he has published on his blog, Anglican Pentecostal. Many conservative Evangelical Christians are in torment with the thought of a new Clinton presidency. Certainly, the idea of […]

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We Need a Divine Reset

We Need a Divine Reset

This week, October 12th, is the Jew’s Day of Atonement or “Yom Kippur.”  This celebration is significant to Christians because Jesus became our atonement, fulfilling the human need for purgation from sin. 1 John 2:2 says, “He [Jesus] is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of […]

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Religion and Pop Culture with Leah Payne: Fall 2016

Religion and Pop Culture with Leah Payne: Fall 2016

I love good stories—especially stories that introduce theological ideas in helpful ways. Every year I am on the lookout for T.V. shows that I can incorporate into my courses in Christian studies at George Fox University. Watch along with me this fall at: leahpayne.blogspot.com! From the September 3, 2016 blog post “My quest for a […]

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Mark Foreman: Prelude to Philosophy

Mark Foreman: Prelude to Philosophy

Mark W. Foreman, Prelude to Philosophy: An Introduction for Christians (Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2013), 208 pages, ISBN 9780830896608. According to Socrates, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” But to many, if not most modern people, pursuing the examined life is unappealing and even unnecessary. In today’s environment, no one knows what “spirituality” is, […]

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Pray for Jesus-followers in Russia

Pray for Jesus-followers in Russia

Two foreign citizens are the first known victims of Russia’s new amendments punishing sharing beliefs, which came into force on the 20th of July. Although they were not deported, they were fined heavily. Forum18 reports that as of August 26, four individuals are known to have already been charged under the new provisions of the […]

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