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January 22, 2014 By Candice Watters
by Candice Watters Q: I’ve been wondering how many children is too many; is it even possible to have “too many” children? If we believe in a completely sovereign and good God, what are the implications of that on determining how many children are in a family? I hear people say we should use wisdom in...
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January 21, 2014 By Candice Watters
by Candice Watters Have you ever cooked a meal–whether a multi-course feast or simple P, B & J –with less than joy? Feeling like I’m the only one who appreciates how much work goes into preparing meals three times a day, seven days a week, without end, some days I’m less than glad about the...
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January 17, 2014 By Candice Watters
by Candice Watters Recently a close unmarried friend asked me about her struggle with Facebook. In the process of answering her question, I was reminded how much her struggle is my own. She wrote: I was off Facebook completely for a few years, but I rejoined this spring when I was unemployed. I decided I...
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January 11, 2014 By CBMW Guest
by Timothy Paul Jones Cosmic combat occurs every Friday morning at a coffee shop a few blocks from my home. If you happened to be ordering your mocha latte during this episode of intergalactic warfare, you might not even notice. Neither arms nor armor can be seen at the epicenter of this celestial struggle. No...
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January 10, 2014 By CBMW Guest
Benjamin Reaoch. Women, Slaves, and the Gender Debate: A Complementarian Response to the Redemptive-Movement Hermeneutic. Phillipsburg: P&R, 2012. 220 pp. $24.99 By Benjamin Merkle Benjamin Reaoch, pastor of Three Rivers Grace Church (SBC) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has offered a thorough and compelling response to the redemptive-movement (or trajectory) hermeneutic endorsed by egalitarian scholars such as...
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January 7, 2014 By Candice Watters
by Candice Watters I love this time of year, post-Christmas, when lists of the best and favorite books of 2013 abound, as well as those people hope to read in the year ahead. Books are friends. Well-chosen, they can be mentors. That’s why it’s helpful to hear from people you admire about what they’re reading and...
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