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The Christian Carnival CCLXXX is Up

Hop on over to Crossroads: Where Faith and Inquiry Meet, to enjoy the latest edition of the Christian Carnival. Due to a hiccup in the submission form, my post on Adam’s relationship to Us wound up disappearing into the ether but was graciously added into the Carnival anyway but this weeks host, Diane. Thanks Diane!…

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Christian Carnival XXLXXVIII is UP

The Christian Carnival is up at Chasing the Wind. My article on the theological necessity of the resurrection is up there. Other highlights (which I may or may not agree with but caught my eye): Gianna Jessen’s story of surviving an abortion. Extravagant Giving The Gospel and the centrality of the cross and the empty…

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Christian Carnival 273 Is Up

Christian Carnival 273  Is Up at The Limitless (and you have to check out this site’s design; it’s amazing). My post didn’t make it in on account of sending it in too late, no doubt. Highlights include: Mike Olson on Logic and Ontology Jeremy’s post on the use of “Of course” Henry Neufield’s perception of…

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Christian Carnival CCLX is Up

Go give it a read. Highlights include: A pretty good tale of a man in the midst of potential trouble; looking at the way God works above mere coincidental signs but actually carrying out his purposes in the most surprising and purposeful ways (I especially liked the irony of Jeremy being accused of taking a…

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