Tag Archives: Arts

God’s Delight

In a recent oped in the New York Times, Dr. Jarle Breivik, a professor of medicine at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences at the University of Oslo, argues provocatively that “we won’t cure cancer.” The three-time doctor who has … Continue reading

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A Mission of Mercy

This summer our church enjoyed a wonderful series of guest speakers who challenged us to share the mercy of Christ given to us with our surrounding neighborhood. I led off with a sermon on the Good Samaritan, and there followed a … Continue reading

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Free and Cheap Resources

A quick highlight of what’s out there today: Ligonier is offering R. C. Sproul’s fourteen Crucial Questions booklets for free. They cover questions like the nature of faith, the trustworthiness of the Bible, and assurance of salvation. While you’re on Ligonier’s … Continue reading

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Theatre as Divine Spark

Here’s more from Max McLean. In the most recent issue of “Fellowship Circle” from the Fellowship of Performing Arts, Max discusses “how theatre creates empathy, breaks down stereotypes and engages diverse audiences.” The stage holds tremendous power. “If a story is … Continue reading

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