What Writing Taught Me about Reading the Bible

By Bob Flynn When my parents asked what I wanted for my 9th birthday, I said I wanted a Bible. My mother said I would have a Bible someday but she thought I was too young to be reading the Bible by myself. My father believed too much Bible-reading made people crazy. I don’t know...
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Responding with Humility

By Lance Mayes “Ouch! What was that?” “All I saw was wings … maybe a butterfly.” “Nope, definitely not a butterfly; it just stung me!” This exchange was near the top of the tower to slide into the pond at Camp Buckner last weekend. I made sure a stinger was not lodged in my...
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Living the Book

By Edgar Twedt In “The Book of Eli” Denzel portrays a wanderer in a dark, post-apocalyptic world.  He is protecting a book which he carries as he walks westward toward the ocean.  It’s a complicated and violent film to which Roger Ebert gives a sort of yes and no review.  There...
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