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  • The Prodigal (A Theologically Correct Parable)

    Jesus loved using stories to mess with people's theology.

 

 


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  • The Prodigal (A Theologically Correct Parable)

    The Prodigal (A Theologically Correct Parable)

    Jesus loved using stories to mess with people’s theology.  One of my favorite stories from Jesus is the one we’ve come to know as “the parable of the Prodigal Son”. However, Jesus’ telling of it left out a few important theological points, leading to some rather unbiblical implications. So I’ve taken the …Read More »
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  • Write Like You Talk

    Write Like You Talk

    Yesterday a friend asked me what I thought about writing personal vs. objective blog posts. Should you try to strike a balance between connecting with your audience and sharing your story? It’s a question that lurks in the back of every blogger’s mind (probably) when we’re hunched over a coffee-shop table pounding the …Read More »
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    So you’ve written a blog post and picked out a great image and posted it on Facebook. And now it looks like this: Instead of a nice wide image grabbing potential readers and drawing them in to your carefully crafted words, there’s a vertical image standing awkwardly over to one side, with the …Read More »

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