The Diversity Dance
by Megan Fowler

“It seemed like the best way to minister to the Spanish speakers would be to provide as much in Spanish to them as possible, which means a whole worship service.”

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Salty Christianity
by Richard Doster

We need a fruitful way to engage in public conversation about the issues of the day, Sauls says, and Jesus gave it to us.

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How Will You Honor the Fallen?
by Eric Metaxas

So, how is your Memorial Day shaping up? Heading to the pool or the beach? Having friends over for a barbecue? Or maybe catching that sale at the car dealership?

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Corporate Responsibility and Individual Morality
by Alan Dowd

As His people, we are called to imitate Him. But what does that look like in a culture where anything goes, where the only wrong behavior is judging something to be wrong, where an ethos of live-and-let-live tolerance has been supplanted by an attitude of fall-in-line-or-else conformity?

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Can Muslims and Christians Be Good Neighbors?
by Nathan E. Lewis

Both the imam and I made the purpose of The Beaverton Religion Forum clear. We told those gathered that we were not interested in being good neighbors only with those who hold our particular worldview. We made it clear that we were seeking to be good neighbors with those who are polar opposites from us, who practice differently from us.

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