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Saturday Links

Sarah Styles-Bessey (aka Emerging Mummy) wrote a great piece this week about marriage is and is not. My wedding anniversary was this week, so this meant a lot to me. Rachel Held Evans took one for the team this week and reviewed Mark … Continue reading

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My favorite posts I didn’t write

In no particular order, these were my favorite posts from around the blogosphere in 2011: Rising up from below by Kathy Escobar – Maybe the most chills-and-cheers inducing post of the year. Yes! Changing faith and changing relationships: some things … Continue reading

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Saturday Links

Kathy Escobar once again said what I want to better than I could have. Sarah Moon wrote a thought-provoking post this week about premarital sex. It echoed discussions Lyndie and I have had many times. Her post was a continuation … Continue reading

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Saturday Links

Today is my 300th post. Thanks for reading and commenting over these last 15 months! Peter Enns wrote a two part series this week on recurring mistakes made in the debate over evolution and the historicity of Adam. I especially … Continue reading

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Saturday Links

Lyndie, the hot blonde who sometimes comments here, shared this week a list of things she wants to be true about her life. I’m loving the journey with her, so here’s to realizing dreams. Adam McHugh shares some interesting thoughts on comtemplation. You … Continue reading

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Saturday Links

Mandy Steward gives the best explanation of the paradox within Fight Club I’ve ever heard. I need to write more about this soon. I can’t remember the last blog post that made me want to stand up and cheer this … Continue reading

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Saturday Links

Emily Wierenga writes beautifully about our faith being expressed in laughter and joy. Matt Apling makes the list two weeks in a row with this great explanation of his personal theology and how it resists labels. Alise Wright just wants … Continue reading

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Saturday Links

I loved and resonated with this post by Mandy Steward about how she and her husband interact on faith struggles. Matt Apling says what we’ve all been thinking: Enough with the Christmas displays in October! Once again, Sarah Thebarge. Because she kills me … Continue reading

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Saturday Links

Another fascinating post from BioLogos. Of particular interest to me is the paragraph about heritable genetic changes developing from experiences in the life of the parent. That is huge. Mason Slater makes some great points about the problems of the classic … Continue reading

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Saturday Links

Sarah Bessey, aka Emerging Mummy, has been killing it this week with a series of posts about church ministries for men and women. She started it with an open letter to women’s ministry, clarified herself here, and wrapped up with … Continue reading

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