Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Gospel Coalition National Conference, April 12-14, 2011

For a few days the other week, Andrew Hoffman and I were able to go to Chicago to hear some brilliant minds and disciples of Jesus Christ talk about the Gospel; hence the name of the conference, The Gospel Coalition. … Continue reading

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A Lesson on Radical Transparency from The Fall by Albert Camus

I’m just re-reading The Fall, by Albert Camus, the early 20th C. French Existentialist.  Since High School it has been on my shelf of “great books.”  A recent church leadership team discussion had us grappling with how we share our … Continue reading

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Which Bible Translation?

When the King James Version (KJV) was the only game in town, it must have been nice to have everyone literally “on the same page” during corporate Bible study.  Things couldn’t remain that way, however, because the KJV was translated … Continue reading

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