Push-polling human life.

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A “push poll” asks someone to make a supposedly unbiased decision by slanting the question. “Would you be more or less likely to vote for Joe if you knew he had killed his grandmother?” Nevermind if Joe’s grandmothers are alive and well. Imagine the question is more important: would you rather have a baby with… Read more »

DeVine on Emergent.

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This morning, I attended a talk by Mark DeVine, at the Blue River/Kansas City Baptist Association’s “Leader Learning Lunch.” Dr. DeVine is writing (at a furious pace) about the good, the bad and the ugly of the “emerging” and “emergent” church. I won’t attempt to re-write what he said, since his papers state his position… Read more »