Flirting With Darkness?
by Alan Dowd

“There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils,” C.S. Lewis observed. “One is to disbelieve in their existence. The other is to believe, and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them.”

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Showing Up for the Suffering
by Megan Fowler

“I would watch people show up for Kara and do these amazing things, and I would think, I never would have thought of that, but look at how that person knew that that was something only they could do.”

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‘Waiting Songs’ Encourages Advent Hope
by Megan Fowler

Waiting Songs, the new album from musical collective Rain for Roots, offers children and their parents something substantial to consider during Advent.

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Ernest Hemingway and the Gospel
by Brian Douglas

If it weren’t for the fact that Ernest Hemingway has been a cultural icon since the 1920s, one could say that he has had something of a resurgence in popularity during the past couple of years.

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PCA Faculty Network Aims to Unite Academic Exiles
by Susan Fikse

The Institute for Jewish & Community Research found in a study that college faculty share significantly more negative feelings toward evangelical Christians than toward any other religious group.

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