Archive for April 2012


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    April 5th, 2012 @ 9:41 am by Kevin

    If you haven't read Andrew Sullivan's Newsweek essay Christianity in Crisis, take a few minutes to do so. It's well worth your time and effort. Especially when you consider it was written by a Christian--not some hypothetical left-winger with an axe to grind against the Church. Sullivan loves Jesus, the Bible and the Church. He just happens to think the Body of Christ is afflicted with a potentially life-threatening disease. Namely, a lust for power, which Sullivan correctly argues is a direct contradiction of the Gospel message. From the article:

    "Jesus’ doctrines were the practical commandments, the

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    April 4th, 2012 @ 1:32 pm by Kevin

    This is a photo of me taken in 1980, the year I became a Christian at Fishing Lake Bible Camp, located near my hometown of Foam Lake, Saskatchewan. And no, that is not a spelling error. I really grew up in a town called Foam Lake. At the time, my family was attending the United Church of Canada. One of the primary reasons for that was the man sitting in the chair. That's my grandpa, Rev. Wesley Robert Burnside Nixon. He was a minister throughout his adult life, served as a military chaplain during World War

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    April 2nd, 2012 @ 12:59 pm by Kevin

    This discussion was recorded last Tuesday evening with Beyond the Box podcast host Raborn Johnson. A word of warning: I was sipping a glass of sherry throughout this interview, so who knows what I'll say next... Press "play" below to find out.

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    April 2nd, 2012 @ 8:59 am by Kevin

    See title of video. No further explanation required.

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