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Author Archives: Aaron Carpenter
This is the post in which I confess a kind of prejudice. A Christian prejudice. And I’m guilty. I first noticed it when walking my dog past the house of a man and woman who belong to a prominent cult. … Continue reading
How I wish Christian worship were more emotional! Maybe I should wish that Christians showed more emotion when they worshiped. Or maybe, if we prefer authenticity, I should wish that Christians experienced more emotion when they worshiped. I wish this. … Continue reading
This might be the ultimate Jesus juke, but please indulge me for a moment. In the wake of Super Bowl L – er, 50 – I had to reflect on all the jukes I read between August and February. You … Continue reading
“Ewww. This is nasty! Try some!” We all have that one friend, don’t we? And if we also have a smidge of morbid curiosity, we’ve joined them in one too many misadventures. It’s kind of funny when we’re visiting an ethnic … Continue reading
…preach the Bible! Is it that hard? (Warning: rant ahead) I speak as one of you. I speak as one who listens to you. I speak as one with family who have to listen to you. When God lets you speak … Continue reading