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Anthony Weber
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I am a pastor, teacher, author, blogger, husband, father, and Crossfitter
I am a pastor, teacher, author, blogger, husband, father, and Crossfitter

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Don't misunderstand: It’s not a story that ended in a way that neatly intersected with my Christian view concerning righteousness in this life and hope in the next. It did, however, reminded me how God's common graces shine hopeful light into even the most haunted corners of all our lives.

And in a Halloween season that celebrates the darkness, surely that is worth something.
The Haunting Of Hill House
The Haunting Of Hill House
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The Haunting Of Hill House
I’m dusting off my Entertainment Reviews for a look at critically acclaimed show released on Netflix just in time for Halloween: The Haunting of Hill House, based on the Shirley Jackson novel of the same name. My reviews usually focus on worldview messages ...
The Haunting Of Hill House
The Haunting Of Hill House
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But until the Bible records God's thoughts on why natural disasters hit or miss us today, we ought to refrain from offering ours.

It doesn't, so we shouldn't.
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Some Thoughts On Natural Disasters And The Mind Of God
“If a kid asks where rain comes from, I think a cute thing to tell him is, ‘God is crying,’ And if he asks why God is crying, another cute thing to tell him is, ‘Probably because of something you did.’” (Jack Handy, Deep Thoughts, 1992) __________________...
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It takes a brave person to walk into a whirlwind. But when they do, more often than night, it loses its power. Love covers a multitude of sins, but honesty defuses a multitude of scandals.
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Reaping The Whirlwind
I was raised to believe that we reap what we sow. This does not mean that our history is our destiny in the sense that we can never rise above or move past things we have done in the past; it was simply an observation about how life unfolds. The Old Testame...
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Crime And Race, And The Statistics That Clarify (Or Distort) The Issue
I started looking into statistics about crime for two reasons. First, someone casually mentioned recently that there is clearly no racist bias shown by police since more white people are killed by police than black people. Sure, that’s true, but it’s not an...
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I don't think "Believe in Something" is necessarily great advice. It can be; some things are worth believing in. But not everything is.
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Believing in Something - Or Anything, Really
By now, you have likely heard the Nike ad: Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. The meme-generating machine that is the internet has already provided loads of parodies, some of them humorous, some of them not so humorous. Rather th...
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