Category Archives: Cultural Commentary

Proximity and Sprawl: redux

In his book Church Membership: How the World Knows Who Represents Jesus, Jonathan Leeman describes eight ways Christians ought to submit to their local churches. The second of those is completely in line with the articles I discussed in my … Continue reading

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Proximity, Sprawl, and the Importance of Living Close to Your Community

I’d like to recommend a few blog posts that I think you’ll find both challenging and encouraging. The basic themes summarized: We need to do a better job of proritizing our church community Living near the people we want to … Continue reading

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Can you answer these questions?

This past school year, I’ve been teaching my nephew and niece U.S. history, with a focus on political philosophy. They are in 6th and 8th grade respectively. As I was developing the final exam, I realized that probably a great … Continue reading

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Learn True History

Hey folks, I’m posting an affiliate link here to a site I highly recommend—the Liberty Classroom. You will be blown away by what you can learn from these professors. I’ve especially benefited from Brion McClanahan, who also has an excellent … Continue reading

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Changes Ahead!

Greetings, long-lost readers! I know I have dropped off the map… in fact, you may have not even noticed, but it’s been over a year since my last post (trust me, I’d like that to change)! Since we last talked, … Continue reading

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