Tag Archives: Rachel Marie Stone

The University That Might Want To Stop Calling Itself A University

Recent events at a well-known Christian school got me thinking about proper naming and free speech issues in the kingdom of God. What Christians Call Their Institutions Matters Cedarville University has been going through big changes over the past couple … Continue reading

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20 Ways That Dave Ramsey’s Blog Turned My Stomach Today

I found this through a tweet from my friend Rachel Stone: Dave Ramsey posted a list of things rich people supposedly do while poor people do not. I’ll give you just a sample from the list, along with my thoughts on … Continue reading

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The Ungodliness of Nostalgia

Rachel Stone wrote yesterday that Nostalgia Requires Selective Memory, and she points out that one doesn’t have to go back in time to see just how rough those times were because there are parts of the world that still experience … Continue reading

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Israelite Festivals, The Lord’s Supper, Right Eating and Doing Good

[I’m guest posting at Rachel Marie Stone’s blog today. She writes on faith and family and food, while serving God’s kingdom in Malawi. Plus, her book Eat with Joy just published. Here’s the start of the piece I wrote for … Continue reading

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Exercise, Appetite, and My Brain – it’s time for a field trip!

[I’m guest blogging today for Rachel Stone. This is the first time I’ve gone off-site since starting my own blog a couple months ago, so it’s kind of like a field trip (but you don’t need to get your parents … Continue reading

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