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- There's always a better question than, "Is this a sin?" reneamac.com/2012/01/12/dating-non-christians/ #Christianity #interfaith #dating 35 minutes ago
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Category Archives: Thinking through Christianity
Or, “here comes the Son.” You know, whichever. See, my dear friend, Christine recently posited in her post “5 Christmas Songs You Should Be Singing, but Aren’t” over at Thinking through Christianity: Okay, I know ["Here Comes the Sun"] isn’t … Continue reading
Or more to the point, Why does imagination matter to the Christian way of life? How do we use our imaginations virtuously as opposed to viciously? See also my most recent post over at Thinking through Christianity: “The Theological Importance … Continue reading