Tag Archives: Culture

  1. Bryan Life: A Celebratory Goodbye


    March 17, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

      For almost a decade now, a donor has been blessing Bryan College with strategic funds for the Worldview Initiative. …
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  2. Politics Trumps Faith: Votes Driven by Fear and the Gospel of Winning

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    January 30, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

    I had already written the first two paragraphs of this post when I saw the Christianity Today article, Why Donald Trump …
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  3. Thick Skin & Gracious Hearts: Parenting in an Age of Conflict


    January 7, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

    Dear First World, media consuming parents, 2015 was a year that made many of us even more pessimistic about what …
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  4. Birthdays, Martyrs, and Hardened Hearts

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    December 26, 2015 by J. Truett Glen

    Today is St. Stephen’s Day, and my birthday. Throughout the years of my life I have been keenly aware at …
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  5. Let the Dead Men Speak: An Admonition for MLK Day

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    January 19, 2015 by J. Truett Glen

    I have a lot of friends that speak of culture wars and justice. It’s a language developed to answer a …
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  6. Merritt, Powers, and Baking Cakes for the KKK


    February 23, 2014 by J. Truett Glen

    Should black Christians who own bakeshops be forced to bake cakes for KKK rallies, because to not do so would …
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  7. Apologizing for the Sun, While Sitting in the Shadows


    December 27, 2013 by J. Truett Glen

        What’s in an apology? An apology, by definition, is saying that you are sorry that you did or …
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