Faith and Culture
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My Journey Using Literary Context to Understand and Teach the Bible
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By Dustin Ellington I first became deeply attached to the Bible when, in my early teens, my family went through a difficult time. One day during this period ...

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Where can Wisdom be found? Fearing God and Shunning Evil as Transformation
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By Grace Al-Zoughbi In surveying the calamites of the twenty-first century, particularly in our Middle Eastern region, it becomes important to be reminded ...

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A 21st Century Reformation: Inevitable Pruning
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By Walid Zailaa In a world that is constantly evolving and changing, it is crucial that the church remains open to reevaluating its practices and beliefs. ...

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Restoration of Art for God’s Glory
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by Lydia Kelliney “The dance reflects the movement of God, which also moves us upon the earth. The drama presupposes the holy play between God and man. ...

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Whether or Not to Adjust: Living through Tension while Teaching in the Middle East
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by Emad Botros Living and teaching in the Middle East in the last few years raises the challenge of one’s continuous adjustment to the ongoing unrest in the ...

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Shaped by Books: Personal Reflections
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by Elie Haddad Unquestionably, there is no book that has shaped my life like the Bible, God’s written word. No contest. However, God also uses many other ...

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Pondering Division and Unity in Lebanon and Beyond
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by Loulwa El Maalouf Lebanon remains a failed state, and God continues to remind us that there is hope. This blog post is not about new ideas, but rather ...

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The Power of Liturgy: Journeying Toward A Deeper Understanding of Easter Celebration
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By Chelsea Hurlburt I grew up in a church where “liturgy” was a bad word. “Liturgy” meant dead ritual, and for those from my non-denominational church ...

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