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POF: Does Christian Faith Equal Blind Faith?

This month’s Point of Focus touches on whether exercising faith means checking your critical thinking at the door:

Learning From a Man Named Buck

The book of Proverbs is well known for crafting vivid vignettes of language from the realities we see in the world around us. For example, Prov. 14:4 reads, “Where there are no oxen, the manger is clean, but abundant crops come by the strength of the ox.” Or consider 26:21: “As charcoal to hot embers

What Do Pat Robertson and President Obama Have in Common?

Seriously!? What could a charismatic conservative Christian commentator and former Republican presidential candidate have in common with a former participant in the progressive Chicago political scene and current Democratic President of the United States? Well, perhaps not much on the whole. But they do share one thing: less than stellar comments on the Haiti earthquake