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Mr. bin Laden and Forgiveness: WWE, The New York Times, and why killing becomes easier when humanity is stripped away
It is a strange thing to lose an enemy. After a decade of searching, Osama bin Laden has been found in Pakistan, killed and his body claimed by US forces as proof that one of the most notorious criminals in history is now, at last, gone. But notice that I say ‘gone’ and not ‘dead’ for people take much longer to pass from this earth than we realize. As we … There’s more to read here.
We live in a time when it is simply difficult to hear the voice of God. When teaching on prayer in my Theology courses, students will often mention that one of the largest hindrances to deep prayer is that they cannot hear or discern God’s voice. ”Why pray to silence?” is what they will intimate and that is a fair question indeed. As I have mentioned in the past few blog postings … There’s more to read here.
Either you only follow tweets for TMZ.com or ESPN Sportscenter or live under a rock away from the din and clang of the blogosphere if you haven’t heard the rumblings about Rob Bell’s upcoming book Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived (HarperOne, 2011) which will hit bookstores on March 29th. For those following the flurry of activity, the basic issue … There’s more to read here.
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