Tag Archives: Controversy

Prioritizing What We Read

I read a post by Crossway’s Angie Cheatham on Tony Reinke’s book, Lit!:A Christian Guide to Reading Books. Angie’s post highlighted several ways to prioritize what we, as Christians, choose to read.
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Gospel Polemics: Part 1

In light of my recent post on dealing with controversy, I thought this article from Tim Keller was worth sharing.

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Dealing With Controversy

Controversy is nothing new to Christianity. The Kingdom of God exploded on earth in the midst of a world of controversy. There was controversy between the Jews about whether to try to rebel and overthrow Rome, and fight for their freedom. There was more internal controversy between the Jewish religious leaders about whether there would be a resurrection. Then Jesus enters the picture, and it gets even more controversial.

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