“If I could catch the feeling, I would; the feeling of the singing of the real world, as one is driven by loneliness and silence from the habitable world.” - Virginia Woolf

June 19, 2016

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Virginia Woolf on the Relationship Between Loneliness and Creativity, by Maria Popova

“If I could catch the feeling, I would; the feeling of the singing of the real world, as one is driven by loneliness and silence from the habitable world.” – Virginia Woolf

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 Some of the most popular faith-based movies today aren't just sub-par entertainment -- they're anti-Christian.

April 5, 2016

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I’m a Christian and I Hate Christian Movies, by Alissa Wilkinson

Some of the most popular faith-based movies today aren’t just sub-par entertainment — they’re anti-Christian.

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More than a century before the New Deal, Public Education, and Civil Rights movements, the Second Great Awakening fostered a nation-wide “benevolent empire” of churches care for the poor, freedom for the oppressed and education for all

March 31, 2016

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The Second Great Awakening: From Rural Revival to a National Social Movement

More than a century before the New Deal, Public Education, and Civil Rights movements, the Second Great Awakening fostered a nation-wide “benevolent empire” of churches care for the poor, freedom for the oppressed and education for all

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By linking the choice of new birth with his audience’s choice of a new American identity, British evangelist George Whitefield provided a common American experience that unified diverse colonists who lacked a common identity

March 30, 2016

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The First Great Awakening: From a British Revival to an American Revolution

By linking the choice of new birth with his audience’s choice of a new American identity, British evangelist George Whitefield provided a common American experience that unified diverse colonists who lacked a common identity

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March 28, 2016

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The College Chapel: Puritan Relic or Campus Hot Spot?

If James K. A. Smith is correct that Jesus establishes particular ‘hot spots of sacramentality’ and endues them with a special sense of God’s presence, then the Christian college chapel needs to be a significant ‘hot spot’ on campus

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March 25, 2016

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Scripture and Culture-Making: What Christian Colleges could Learn from Rabbinic Higher Education

Today’s teenagers know abundant details about the lives of favorite musicians and television stars or about what it takes to get into a good college, but most are not very clear on who Moses and Jesus were. -Christian Smith and Melinda Lundquist Denton

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Given the changing racial dynamics in the U.S., it is no surprise many voters gravitate toward Trump's blaming people of color for America’s problems. But the resurrection teaches us that it doesn’t have to be this way.

March 22, 2016

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Trump and the Resurrection, by Christena Cleveland

Given the changing racial dynamics in the U.S., it is no surprise many voters gravitate toward Trump’s blaming people of color for America’s problems. But the resurrection teaches us that it doesn’t have to be this way.

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