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Anti-pronoun?

In the last little while, I’ve heard more and more Christian leaders shying away from using gender-specific pronouns for God, and I’m not sure how I feel about that. “God poured God’s self into the world so God could redeem … Continue reading

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Quibbling

The keen and observant of my regular reader(s) might have noticed something unusual in my last post: when I quoted John 3:16, it was from the New King James Version, and I’m normally a New International Version (NIV) man. And … Continue reading

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