View from the Pew Blog
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In the last week my tongue has uttered a phrase that I never thought it would. “World Series Champion Chicago Cubs.” As a life-long, long-suffering, Cubs fan, I have known the languages of patience and persistence. Now, I have to learn to say, “Next year is this year.” I’ve discovered new meanings to “Cubs Win!”…
Lack of contentment leads to viewing money as an end, or greed and stealing. How do we find contentment, when money seems like the means to it? Can we enjoy having money without feeling greedy or guilty? Is this just another all too common first-world problem?
The word “adultery” seems old, and can feel like some kind of ancient language. Does this ethic still apply in our modern life? Is it just conservative morality? I’ve heard it said that a moral man knows cheating on his wife is wrong, while an ethical man wouldn’t cheat on his wife. So, what is…
Parents and children represent the most fundamental of relationships. But, maybe not such a new home environment. Is it still so important today?
The Sabbath in the Old Testament gave Israel a new culture; different from the other nations. But what does it mean for us today?
Learning a new language really well requires immersion in that language. Surrounding yourself in that new culture and language can result in a new heart.