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Four Thoughts on Persecution in America

With the release of Rod Dreher's The Benedict Option and the rescinding of Tim Keller's Princeton prize, conservative Christians are once again going back and forth about how much we are or are not persecuted in this country. Here are four thoughts: 1. However Christians might be persecuted in America Keep Reading...

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How John Piper’s Seashells Swept Over a Generation

The morning of May 20, 2000, dawned damp and gray over a grassy field in Memphis, where a portable city had sprung up overnight. Thousands of muted tents stood in wet rows; fog made everything hazy. About 40,000 college students had arrived for the fourth Passion Conference, Keep Reading...

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When Should Christians Use Satire?

Shane, a listener to the podcast writes in: "Pastor John, with the growing popularity of Christian satire, for example, websites like 'The Babylon Bee,' what are your thoughts on the use of satire to communicate Christian thought?" The dictionary defines satire like this: "The use of irony, sarcasm, ridicule, or Keep Reading...

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