Current Events

Conservative Theology Gets Black Professor’s Contract Canceled

Phillip Holmes

Tonight, I received disappointing news while reviewing my timeline. The trustees at Campbellsville University, following the direction and advice of the administrators, recommended and approved the following. Dr. Jarvis Williams was told not to apply for tenure and that his contract would not be renewed beyond one year. All of this because of his convictions […]

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RAAN Meet & Greet: Recap

Jemar Tisby

After five days away from family and a 10 hours of airplanes, layovers, and delays, I’m finally back from the TGC Conference ’13 in Orlando.  I could not have predicted the grace God would show us through RAAN and the blessings with which He would shower us.  I’d like to share a recap of the event […]

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Music The Arts

Rapper’s Delight

Tony Stone

Old Discussion, New Faces There is no way to introduce this blog without sounding a bit monotonous- it is a blog about “Christian Rap”, “Rappers that happen to be Christians” and various positions on “engaging culture”.  We’ve heard all of those phrases before and to some ears it’s lost its freshness.  Nonetheless, the discussion still […]

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The Chocolate Heart– Part 2

KarAngEllis

This is Part 2 of a two-part series by Karen Ellis.  Read the first part here. Women of Color and Discipleship  In light of the Black woman’s unique history and our culture’s demeaning preconceptions, a key element to discipling women of color must include a plan that integrates the full person, both body and spirit. […]

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The Church

The Chocolate Heart

KarAngEllis

Editor’s Note: This is Part One of a two-part series by Karen Ellis.  Stayed tuned for Part Two, “Women of Color and Discipleship.” Don’t tell my husband’s mom, but I bought her one of those giant boxed hearts full of chocolates for Valentine’s Day. I really can’t think of anyone who enjoys chocolates more than […]

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