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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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Becoming Agents of Grace

I’ve recently had several discussions with SCCers about how we as Christians relate with the peoples and cultures here in the East Bay.  To stimulate even more discussion, I’m recommending Culture-Making by Andy Crouch.  Crouch is great at surveying the … Continue reading

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The Best Intro to Christianity Book

A good book outlining the major beliefs, practices and processes of the Christian faith can be immensely helpful.  I still remember reading C.S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity while sitting by a remote Northern California river, lapping up Lewis’s exceptional insights as … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Call to Spiritual Reformation, by D.A. Carson

D.A. Carson looks in some depth at the intercessory prayers of the Apostle Paul, seeing them as guides and models for how we should be praying for one another. After all, if we want to intercede for our brothers and … Continue reading

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