“Deconstruction” of the Christian faith has been on the rise since the onset of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. However, Brett Younker, a worship artist with Passion music, has another aim: committing to genuine worship. Jennie ...

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After a recent archeological dig which discovered “remnants of a first-century synagogue” in Magdala, ChurchLeader’s Yonat Shimron, connects the remains to the history of Mary Magdalene. Headlines about the temple discovery read: “2nd-Temple-period synagogue found ...

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Many people admire America for its tolerance for all political views. However, the author of Sound Reason & More suggests moderates may not survive today’s divisiveness. For years, the term political middle was a safe ...

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“Wokeism”, or more formally known as intersectional critical theory, is loosely defined as “embrac[ing] skepticism about classical liberal arts education grounded in traditional norms of academic debate” CURRENT is “an online journal of commentary and ...

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Women have long struggled to be heard in theological conversations. However, many women are challenging this ideology, and thereby, they are challenging the men who built it.  Baptist News Global uses succinct stories and stunning ...

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It is human nature to see the autumn leaves and sigh with delightful contentment at the gorgeous colors and to smile when seeing the snow on a freshly decorated Christmas tree. No one tries to ...

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Hate crimes are the topic of discussion among all activists, and an interesting study shows that Religious Bias is a prominent bracket of hate crime. In fact, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) states that ...

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