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Letters to the Editor

Editor: Candace Chellew’s article, Be Here Now, is one of the best I have ever read about God and suffering. My sister Liz and I talk about this subject all the time. I have told her about your site and hope she will read your

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Jesus, Wake Up!

A pastor I know prominently displays in his home a photograph depicting an impressive lightning bolt during a storm. He said it reminds him where the true power in the world lies – with God – not with humans. It is God who holds the

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Letters to the Editor

Editor: I am a big fan of Philip Yancey, and followed a few links to your website. I am struggling, as a result of my conservative faith, to get my head around all that I am reading. I must also confess to having harbored my

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Gracious Christianity

A man was walking across a bridge one day, and saw another man standing on the edge, about to jump off. The first man immediately ran over and said “Stop! Don’t do it!” “Why shouldn’t I?” he said. The man said, “Well, there’s so much

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Letters to the Editor

Editor: I would like to thank you for your online Christian magazine. It has, undoubtedly, saved my life. And I meant that statement literally. I found your magazine about two years ago when I was deeply struggling with my sexuality and my religion. I love

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Realizing the Presence

I arise today Through God’s strength to pilot me: God’s might to uphold me, God’s wisdom to guide me, God’s eye to look before me, God’s ear to hear me, God’s word to speak for me, God’s hand to guard me, God’s way to lie

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Letters to the Editor

Editor: Bill from Tampa here. Thanks for including your interview with Philip Yancey. I’m really, really impressed with both Whosoever and Yancey for doing this. It reminds me of some work by the Campolos too. I think efforts at dialogue like this are crucial to

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Purchasing Bewilderment

Sell your cleverness and purchase bewilderment; Cleverness is mere opinion, bewilderment intuition. — Rumi God is bipolar. Rev. Dr. J. Henry Jurgens, a practicing psychiatrist and doctor of divinity at Yale University Divinity School, has diagnosed God almighty as suffering from the disorder that afflicts