Article byDecember 2014
Part of what it means to love the Lord our God with our minds is that we are meant to interpret the world around us, the people we meet and see, ourselves and our relationships, in light of the sovereign plan and purpose of God. In other words, we are to interpret these things as they really are, and not as somehow irrelevant or inapplicable to Christianity. continue
December 19, 2014Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaAlthough originally unavailable for comment, Bruce Baugus (pictured here), editor of China's Reforming Churches, explained in an exclusive interview with Ref21 News that he was "honored" to be included on Mark Jones's highly anticipated year-end book list,...
This is the time of year when book lists come out. Mine is a little less ambitious than others in part because I don't try to confine my reading to what is new. Sometimes I go on "kicks" where I'll...
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