Christian Carnival CCIV

Posted already, the day after Christmas, at Deep Bible Study.

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Merry Christmas!

We’re off to church in a few minutes, and the time to express a greeting is all too ...

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“Christianophobia” and “Secular Fundamentalism” Amongst Christians

Jim Jordan at Moral Science Club says, It is our own [Christians’] folly that we worry that non-Christians ...

Read More Traumas can lead to spiritual growth | Traumas can lead to spiritual growth: It is arguable that Post-Traumatic Growth is a central theme ...

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“Myth is truth (p < .05)"

Here’s today’s Language Log’s explanation for why science journalism is often so weak, as they have noted several ...

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iPod Users: Give Yourself a podBible For Christmas!

It uses the magisterial English Standard Version (New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs) and it works on just about ...

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Here’s How It Came Out

You can look but–too bad–you can’t taste! I said before that this was a Norwegian tea-ring. In some ...

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Opinion: Holding classes hostage to social and political dogmas?

Here’s a question asked by Jeff Johannsen on the Orange County Register’s online opinion page, regarding the James ...

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Two Half-Miles!

I’ve had some time off from the office this week. That’s what I needed to be able to ...

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