I love music. All kinds (except country, sorry). If you were to peer into my iTunes you'd find 95% "Christian" artists. This is not because I've subjected myself to some kind of shunning of "secular" music. I don't believe in "secular" as being different from "sacred." But I listen . . .
Archives for March 2014
There is a socioeconomic dynamic that is sometimes referred to as "the culture of poverty." This theory expands upon the cycle of poverty and seeks to explore why poverty perpetually exists in cultures despite widespread and improved anti-poverty measures. Closely related to this . . .
At some point in following Jesus outside of the religious system, you must wrestle with the question of "What about tithing?" If you are not attending a traditional, institutional fellowship - to whom, or to where now should your "tithe" that you've been faithfully giving go? Of . . .