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Contextualization’s 2 Ditches: Legalism & License

contextualization is a hot-word for all persons dealing with cross-cultural issues/ministry/work: how far can i go along with the locals’ culture and practice without being unbiblical? this ends up voiced in questions like: is this local practice “just for fun” … Continue reading

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George Washington’s 1st Inaugural Address, ’89

Our first President’s speech to Congress in the Spring of ’89 speaks volumes for understanding the foundational understandings and meanings of the freedom and form we have in America. It has great implications for our approach to this fall season’s … Continue reading

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