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    Tarnished Superman

    Editor’s Note: Some of the names in this story have been changed. “Is your dad’s name Rick and your mom’s Karen?” It was Sunday night, and I was checking my…
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    News: The No Spin Zone Part 2

    In yesterday’s edition of the Daily Dose, we examined recent scandals involving major news agencies and inaccurate representations of photos and stories that mostly dealt with the war in Iraq…
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    The Politics of Faith

    The 2008 presidential election may still be months away, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that this time, choosing the nation’s leader isn’t just about views on the war or the…
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    Emerging: Ready or Not

    I’ve never regretted seminary. It formed me in ways that I can’t yet articulate, and it gave me friends that I will hopefully walk with for a lifetime. In talking…
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    A Tale of Two Conferences

    This spring, there occurred two conferences, on two Christian college campuses, on the general theme of “Christianity and the Arts.” As a lover of art, a lover of Christianity and…
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    Relevance, Faith and Art

    We have become irrelevant. Many contemporary Christians tend to make one of three errors when dealing with art: One, we declare anything that doesn’t explicitly proselytize, anything that depicts brokenness…
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