Tag Archives: Contextualization

Paul’s Message on Mars Hill

So Paul, standing in the midst of the Areopagus, said: “Men of Athens… Acts 17:22 Paul’s message to the wondering crowd of the Areopagus (the NIV calls this place “Mars Hill,” recorded in Acts 17:22-31) is one of the great … Continue reading

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Should Christianity Be Intolerant?

“Everything about Jesus’ teaching indicates that when it comes to people who differ with you, there is every reason to say that Jesus teaches not just civility, but love.”  Timothy Keller About 10 months ago I wrote a blog on … Continue reading

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Coexist?

“In the end, aren’t all religions the same?  Don’t all paths lead to the same place?  If you hold your beliefs sincerely and you’re not hurting anyone else by them, isn’t that good enough?  Isn’t truth for you different than … Continue reading

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