I’ve always wondered about the south window of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis.  It’s a beautiful opening that towers over the sanctuary and frames a lovely visage of…absolutely nothing.

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We weren’t planning to talk about flags for two weeks in a row, but here we are: some theological musings on flying the Christian flag over the American flag, the gay pride flag over the Confederate flag, and what our truest hope is.

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“Mommy and Daddy are gone, probably forever!” “I’m so hungry, and I’ll be hungry probably forever!”  “My diaper is uncomfortable, probably…” you get the picture. Hearing him cry is heartbreaking; you can tell he’s just sure that it’ll never get better.

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Mark Driscoll and the church he helped found made lots of waves before dissolving at the end of 2014. In this post, we investigate the rise and fall of Seattle megachurch Mars Hill.

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“This major,” she said, “will ruin your life.”

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“All it takes is moving one letter to change Santa into Satan!”

If you’ve never heard that little tidbit before…well, you haven’t been running in the same circles I have. Santa Claus has been under attack since he climbed down his first chimney.

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On October 18, 2014, I was inducted into a cult against my will.

But this cult is the most socially acceptable cult in America today, and my induction into it happened during one of the happiest moments of my life.

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There’s more to God in math than just praying before a test. In this mind-reeling post, we look at the holiness of God and how the fact that it’s hard to wrap our minds around sometimes is actually a good thing, and part of His plan to show us how much different than us He really is. Complete with a math lesson.

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They start with an old, ugly, dilapidated home (the worse the house is at the beginning, the better I like it) – something which truly terrifies the buyers – and a vision.

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Superhero films have undergone an interesting transition in the last several years. Last decade, they seemed obsessed with the bleak, unsure, and angsty; Spider-Man,Elektra, The Dark Knight and even Superman Returns showed superheroes who were unsure about their missions, didn’t want the great power or great responsibility that had been bestowed upon them, and sometimes seemed to shirk their responsibilities.

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