- NT Wright's shocking assertion of what Pentecost means
- Notes from Tim Keller's Sermon "Joy"
- Annie Dillard Quote on Crash Helmets needed for worship
- Eulogy for My Father Stan Vander Klay
- CS Lewis on our problem being that we desire too little
- Notes from Tim Keller's "The Gospel and Your Wealth"
- Are you asking for a sign? Praying for clarity?
- Robert Krulwich gives a Jewish sermon
- "The Romantic Solution" from Earnest Becker's "The Denial of Death"
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Monthly Archives: February 2010
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Gizmodo: two wrong ways to make a tablet http://bit.ly/cbtWBW # RT @thinkchristian: Seeing Providence in the Chaos of Nature and Video Game Thieves, a new TC post by @PaulVanderKlay http://bit.ly/94nk7w # NYT: The Congo war, Haiti is not the only … Continue reading
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