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michelle presents 12.26.09 posted at Thoughts and Confessions of a Girl Who Loves Jesus….
debergerac78 presents I wish you a “Silent Night” posted at The Business Ethics Blog, saying, “This is about how the famous Chistmas carol “Silent Night” was written–and how something beautiful can be born from pain and adversity.”
Dan Stelter presents The Anxiety Support Network – What the Bible Says About Anxiety posted at Anxiety Support Network Anxiety Recovery Blog, saying, “A brief article that describes how the Bible addresses anxiety, and why Christians with anxiety disorders have every reason to think positive and live a healthy life.”
Dr Matthew Flannagan presents Does Abortion Benefit the Fetus? A Critique of Himma Part 1 posted at MandM, saying, “Kenneth Einar Himma has offered an argument that even if a fetus is a human being, laws permitting feticide are compatible with the harm principle because aborting the fetus causes it to go straight to heaven, which benefits it rather than harms it. I set out an important objection to Himma’s argument, an objection articulated by Mark Murphy, which appeals to the common law doctrine of novus actus interveniens. I go on to address three objections that Himma has made to this line of criticism to his argument and conclude that his position is mistaken.”
Will Green presents The gospel for people who are really, really nice posted at Weblog of a Christian philosophy student, saying, “How should one think about presenting the gospel to a non-Christian who is an extremely nice, loving, self-sacrificial person who almost always looks out for the interests of others?”
Jeremy Pierce presents Kerry Livgren’s Stroke posted at Parableman, saying, “Christian musician and former member of Kansas had a pretty severe stroke. Read his thoughts four months into his recovery.”
Rey Reynoso presents Approaching Worship and Respect posted at The Bible Archive, saying "I’m just blegging for books on (1) worship, (2) veneration, and (3) the differences (and similarities) between the two."
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