Tag Archives: Global

America: Imagine Apples and Oranges by Randy Woodley

I recently saw Dinesh D’Souza’s America: Imagine A World Without Her with my 19 year old son. I won’t dignify the sorts of arguments he makes with a counter argument to any of the ridiculous historical inaccuracies given but simply … Continue reading

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Three Questions to ask of any Social Justice Narrative by Daniel Fan

Do you Do Do Justice?* Has anyone ever pitched you a social justice initiative, and after the conclusion you thought “Something doesn’t feel right about this, but I don’t know what it is”? Maybe your instincts were right, but you … Continue reading

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This Week in Race: November 7

– by Bo Sanders  Despite what the caller said on this week’s ‘Take Them to Task’ segment from the Smiley & West show said, race is still an issue in North America – not everyone is color blind. In fact, … Continue reading

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Post-Contextuality

The move toward contextual theology helped me see that we have to move beyond contextualization in missions and evangelism. The Colonial era was an ugly one for the church and we need to move out its methods – not just for the word’s sake but because it undermines and discredits the very message we are trying to convey through it. Continue reading

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The future of the past: ecology and economy

The expectation of one big global community is ruining us. The future is small, diverse, multiple, and interdependent. Continue reading

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Two Trolls and the Bridge

We must repent of of this exceptional dualism and confess that while we are unique on the earth – we are not exceptions to it and in fact we are integral parts of it and completely dependent upon it. Continue reading

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Straight lines and Pipelines

by Bo Sanders Last week, I got a new calendar for 2012. I’m not a big fan of calendars in general so I refuse to spend much money on them – which is why I waited until February and got … Continue reading

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