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‘Being Jesus in Nashville’ by Jim Palmer | Review

Being Jesus in Nashville: Finding the Courage to Live Your Life (Whoever and Wherever You Are) is an amazing book with an amazing backstory. The author, Jim Palmer, was a popular writer who had written two best-sellers in the evangelical Christian world: Divine Nobodies: Shedding

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Christianity Affirms Same-Sex Love

It might surprise many of you that I am a very theologically conservative Christian! I believe in the virgin birth of Jesus; the Resurrection; the Ascension of Jesus into heaven; His Sacrifice that covers over all of our past, present, and future sins. I also

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Some of the oldest things in Western religion have recently been the subject of new concern and debate. One instance: a book of the Christian Bible, the Apocalypse or Revelation of St. John, which is the main review in The New Yorker and the main

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God’s Will in Three Questions

“It was God’s will.” We hear this trope a lot in many situations. A child dies. “It was God’s will.” A child recovers from a deathly illness. “It was God’s will.” A storm blows away our house. “It was God’s will.” Unless our house was


Better Starts Now

As a part of journalist Dan Savage’s project, a host of celebrities and politicians have been delivering the message to GLBTQ teens that “it gets better.” Author Kelly Huegel is here to tell you that better starts now. In her book GLBTQ: The Survival Guide