How Africa Will Change Christianity

Tony Blair

September 27, 2017

Like many other Christian leaders, I study and ponder general trends affecting faith in general, and Christianity in particular, as we look forward into the rest of this century. Most...

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Did Jesus do miracles?

Tony Blair

September 20, 2017

Richard Horsley argues that much modern biblical scholarship (and by this he means critical, or what we might call "liberal" scholarship) has interpreted these concepts through a distorted Enlightenment lens,...

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Unwrapping a Miracle

Tim Valentino

July 12, 2017

“Lazarus, come forth!” And he did. John 11:44 says, “The dead man came out, his hands and feet wrapped with strips of linen, and a cloth around his face. Jesus said...

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The Care and Feeding of Frustrations

Laurie Mellinger

June 27, 2017

A couple of months ago, I was reading The Chronicle of Higher Education, and encountered an interview of mathematics professor Eugenia Cheng. Dr. Cheng is not only a mathematician, a...

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Make Way

Janet Stauffer

June 10, 2017

I had a Robert McCloskey Make way for Ducklings moment as I drove through Annville on my way to a meeting. A mother duck and her ducklings, little things, perhaps...

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Wisdom Often Comes From the Edges

Tony Blair

May 26, 2017

Here is another bit of wisdom that has impressed me as I have watched the way our world works. There was a small town with only a few people, and...

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Wisdom is not Just a Leader Thing

Tony Blair

May 25, 2017

Everyone knows that good leaders are wise leaders. But wisdom resides in the entire community, not just in its leaders. You have the wisdom of God, if you stand in...

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