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“God” is Dead, and We Killed Him: Remembering that God is LOVE.

I’m a Christian, but it’s scary when I hear people I disagree with say that they are God’s servants. Why? Because I know what thousands of others before them have meant when they said it: that they would work to … Continue reading

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‘Haves’ and ‘Have-Nots’

The Unity of the Gospel and our Common Need for God’s Compassion Urban ministry is often typified by a focus on those who live in depressed socioeconomic conditions. This type of ministry is almost always associated with conditions of poverty … Continue reading

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LOVE in the Context of Multiculturalism

The second candle in the Advent wreath is often called the candle of love — arguably the most generic and the most important of the Christian virtues. We know how the verses go: “Love your neighbor as yourself,” “Love is … Continue reading

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