Tag Archives: Ethics

  1. A Book Review: Our Anchor in a World Adrift

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    June 28, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

    I first connected with Jon Hirst on Twitter. I didn’t know GMI or Jon from Adam, and when he said …
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  2. Politics Trumps Faith? (The Ambassador Series)

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    May 4, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

    This is a redo of an older post, but now more relevant than ever: (I would encourage you to go …
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  3. Bryan Life: A Celebratory Goodbye

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    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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. The Darkness of Divorce among Doves

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    April 24, 2014 by J. Truett Glen

         I still remember the debacle. Contemporary Christian Music was on the rise and Amy Grant was riding a …
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  7. Merritt, Powers, and Baking Cakes for the KKK

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    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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