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* Anabaptist book is tribute to Patterson -- "The volume largely entails essays presented at Southwestern's conference on Anabaptists in January 2012..."
* City of Sterling, Colorado Backpeddles, will allow "Jesus" to be engraved on tombstone -- "Needless to say, it didn't take long for the city to start backpedalling; issuing a statement that there had been an 'error' in the cemetery director's decision....Ya' think?"
* Sardis Primitive Baptist Church -- "Sardis Primitive Baptist Church was constituted on January 7, 1821 to serve the needs of the growing population in Charlton County, GA."
* Steven Furtick and Elevation Church under critical scrutiny -- "[Furtick’s salary]… is set not by a group of lay members of the church, but by a board of five out-of-town pastors."
* Teaching Hebrew as a Living Language "..I decided to speak to her in Hebrew and after an agonizing minute all that came out was that I speak Hebrew. (My performance clearly contradicted that statement.)"
* The Bible Paradox -- "...we as a culture have invested the words of this book with amazing authority even when we don't know what these words are and what they mean."
* The Preacher and the Text -- "Affirming inerrancy in writing and conversation appears lame if it does not change the way that the preacher handles the biblical text in the pulpit."
* The Relative Unimportance of Redefining Marriage -- "The homosexual obsession is but one symptom of a culture that makes sex everything."
* Want Your Youngest Child to Achieve? Treat Him Like He's Your Oldest -- "...parents of earlier-born children were harder on them when they brought home poor grades than they were with later-born children."
* What Does the Bible Say About Cremation? -- "...the Bible doesn’t prescribe any method as the proper method for burial. It is silent on the issue."
* Why Roland Allen’s 100-Year-Old Book Continues to Challenge -- "It is rare to find a book recommended more highly a century after its initial publication than when it was released."