Revolution in the Air: The songs of Bob Dylan, 1957-1973
Still On the Road: The Songs of Bob Dylan, 1974-2006 (Clinton Heylin, 2009/10)
BY: Denis Haack It is the poets who have always provided a way to sort the significant from the meaningless, a way to see the glimmers of light hidden in the shadows of our dark world.
Reading the Word: Calvin on offense BY: Denis Haack Loving weaker sisters and brothers must be such a priority that we willingly forgo our freedom for their sake. This does not mean, however, that we are therefore at the mercy of all who might claim “offense.”
Loving People: Discernment Exercise BY: Denis Haack In The Mark of the Christian, Francis Schaeffer insisted that love was to be the essential, primary characteristic of Christians, actually setting us apart from the rest of humanity.
Calvin and Culture: Exploring a Worldview (David W. Hall and Marvin Padgett, 2010) BY: Denis Haack The gospel has in fact motivated God's people to care for widows and orphans, to build hospitals, to paint and sculpt, to oppose tyranny, to take God's Word to the ends of the world.
Away From Her (Sarah Polley, 2006) BY: Denis Haack It is one thing to be alone and lost; to be within sight of home and safety and not have memory to recognize it is to be lost without hope of finding our way.
Should Christians Wear This Sh**t?: Discernment Exercise BY: Denis Haack It is so easy in our freedom-of-speech country to flippantly speak out against authority and those in positions of leadership. This nonchalant attitude has so influenced the church to a point that we don't think twice about what we say (or wear) when it comes to Christ.
Science, Creation and the Bible: Reconciling Rival Theories of Origins (Richard F. Carlson and Tremper Longman III, 2010) BY: Denis Haack If, therefore, we are to learn lessons from the past, it is neither for conservatives to deny the evidence of nature, nor for liberals to deny the evidence of Scripture, but for all of us to re-examine our interpretations of both
Bible Reading Program for Slackers & Shirkers BY: Margie Haack I have cheated, skipped, lied, and given up on every other Read-Through-The-Bible-in-a-Year program. Although it may take two years, this is the only one I can do.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I don’t much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
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