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Patheos: The Future of Evangelicalism

Patheos is hosting a multi-part symposium called the Future of Faith in America. They have just published their section on Evangelicalism, and you can see those essays here. The essays are very good and quite diverse, with authors ranging from Thomas S. Kidd, Carl Trueman, Nancy Pearcey, Russell Moore, Timothy George, and others. Some TCI […]

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Making Home

Jake Meador has a great little essay on the need to avoid creating retreats by creating homes, and he points to Francis Schaeffer as a model. Give it a read. On this note, I would also add that “intentional community” had better include¬†an intention to be morally upright, kind to others, and faithful to God […]

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What Do We Make of the Benedict Option?

Rod Dreher’s “Benedict Option” seems to be picking up more and more attention, and I expect that we will see a future book from him laying out its distinctives in more detail. Perhaps the best single summary of its features can be found in an article just put out by Damon Linker. Mr. Linker is […]