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Hey Christian: It’s not ok to say “Ok Boomer”

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Speaking as a cynical, grumpy ex-Gothic X-Generation boy who all the other generations despise, let me say this: If you’re a Christian, it’s not ok to say “Ok Boomer” That’s a dismissive and arrogant thing to say. And Boomers?  It’s not ok to razz out on Millennials, as snowflakes or whatever.  For what it’s worth I generally think that Millennials, especially in the church, are far more resilient than Boomers.  After all they’re just putting up with and living in the hostile post-Christian world that…
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Review: Metanoia by Anna McGahan
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I am profoundly grateful for this book. I’m grateful to Anna McGahan for writing it. I’m grateful for the wild, riotous, chaotic, surprising, longing-and-joy-and-grief-and-renewed-joy-filled story it tells. I’m grateful above all for God meeting McGahan, rescuing her, and working in her to set her free. I’m grateful to Anna
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Review: Metanoia by Anna McGahan
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I am profoundly grateful for this book. I’m grateful to Anna McGahan for writing it. I’m grateful for the wild, riotous, chaotic, surprising, longing-and-joy-and-grief-and-renewed-joy-filled story it tells. I’m grateful above all for God meeting McGahan, rescuing her, and working in her to set her free. I’m grateful to Anna McGahan for writing it … I’m grateful above all for God meeting McGahan, rescuing her, and working in her to set her free. At one level the story of Metanoia could be told simply—perhaps even a little predictably. A young actress engaged in a headlong and self-destructive pursuit of success and excess has a…
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Review: Grace… (Fiction) Trilogy by Christine Dillon
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Do you read Christian fiction? Some avoid it like the plague. Others love it. Of course, some Christian fiction is excellent, but some just makes me uncomfortable—the platitudes, the neatness, the idealised romance (especially the books aimed at women). Christine Dillon’s books make me uncomfortable too—but in a very

Review: Metanoia by Anna McGahan

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I am profoundly grateful for this book. I’m grateful to Anna McGahan for writing it. I’m grateful for the

Review: Grace… (Fiction) Trilogy by Christine Dillon

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Do you read Christian fiction? Some avoid it like the plague. Others love it. Of course, some Christian fiction

Review: Richard Sibbes, The Bruised Reed

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ARCANE AND GERMANE BOOK REVIEWS #5 ““After reading a new book, never allow yourself another new one till you

Book Review: In Search of the Common Good by Jake Meador

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A review of Jake Meador, In Search of the Common Good: Christian Fidelity in a Fractured World (IVP, 2019).
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