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At least when it comes to making you think, laugh and repent at the same time.
What was most ironic to me is that it is in vogue in evangelicalism to fancy yourself a student of the culture and to use words like contextualization, etc.
For me this was a helpful opportunity to rethink how I spend my time and what I'm doing with it online specifically.
I have to say this is a hard book to review, not because it is not well written nor was it was a bad book, but the topics discussed was so well spread it's hard to find a phrase to... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Chris Ho
Sarcasm is a sword that when wielded deftly can get to hard to reach places in the storehouse of our pride. Read morePublished on January 14, 2013 by Erik Raymond
Trueman skewers some of the annoying trends embedded in the Zeitgeist that pass for conventional wisdom, but without the stultifying crankiness and sanctimony of the typical... Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Perry Stahlman