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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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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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