Tag Archives: Christian worldview

In but not of the world

A recent study by the Barna Research Group that concluded the reason the church is losing the younger generation is that “we have failed to equip them to live ‘in but not of’ the world” has prompted me to dust … Continue reading

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… but is he a Christian?

If your ears were burning last night, it’s because we were talking a lot about you. You were the center of an intimate evening where a group of people gathered to learn more about you and celebrate you with a … Continue reading

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Forever young

Step 12. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we will try to carry this message to others who think that Christians are better than everyone else. Don Williams is 79 years old. He attends a … Continue reading

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Just a job?

One of our newest subscribers to the Catch, Bettina Rogers (mother of the other Chandler — the philosopher), wrote in her comment yesterday: Right now we’re on our way to LAX, flying out to Japan for my husband’s very last … Continue reading

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A good question

What’s Christian about Christian? Has the name hurt the gospel? Can art be Christian? Can music be Christian? Can anything that’s not a person be Christian? If someone asks if you are a Christian, do you find it difficult to … Continue reading

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Not in Manila

I am sure the city of Manila, in the Philippines, is a lovely place, but if we were going to vacation halfway around the world, I can think of a lot of other places I would want to go first. … Continue reading

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Turn or burn?

Do we burn the Koran or cross reference it to the Bible? The answer to this question says a lot about one’s worldview. We had as our guest last night on BlogTalkRadio a man who is doing design for someone … Continue reading

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Up and down

I spent Saturday afternoon writing away from my home office. The first couple of hours I was in the International House of Pancakes (IHOP) where I had a late breakfast; the rest of the afternoon I spent in a very … Continue reading

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