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Contentment and the Hippy Hippy Shake

Rock and Roll

Sometimes you don’t fulfill your dreams. And sometimes God gives you something better.   In Rock and Roll lore, February 3, 1959, is known as “The Day the Music Died.” On that day, a small airplane carrying Buddy Holly, J.P. …

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Who’s restoring what?


“When you talk about Christians restoring the culture,” I’m sometimes asked, “do you mean that we should take over the laws and run society? Because, you know, that’s been tried before, and it didn’t go so well.” I can understand …

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Unashamed outsider: Lecrae


Is this “the year of black memoir?” Imani Perry, professor of African American studies at Princeton, thinks so, and she places recent books like Ta-Nehisi Coates’ “Between the World and Me” and Clifford Thompson’s “Twin of Blackness” squarely in the …

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