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The Myth of Equality | Is it a Moral Responsibility to Think About Privilege?

Ken Wytsma on The Myth of Equality Ken Wytsma is the founder of The Justice Conference, the global pastor of Antioch Church, and the president of Kilns College in Bend, Oregon. He is the author of Pursuing Justice, The Grand Paradox, and recently released, The Myth of Equality: Uncovering the Roots of Injustice and Privilege. The …

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Paradox Part III

I was able to teach on one of my favorite topics this past Sunday with reference to one of my favorite philosophers (Soren Kierkegaard). What would it look like if God tested your faith? Paradox Series Part III – The Paradox of Sacrifice from Antioch Church on Youtube.

Paradox Opener

We’ve been planning for months to launch into an all-church series and engagement season on the life of faith called, “PARADOX.” Yesterday, we kicked off with the below message I’ve been stewing on for months regarding Joshua, the entrance to the Promised Land and how this narrative is an archetype for the Christian life just …

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On Faith

The Old Testament teaches that the road of faith often includes many apparent dead-ends. True faith must endure disappointment, doubt and apparent dead-ends.

Trust

A friend of mine sent me the blurb below out of his journal. He and I have been talking through the subject of faith and trust in God — something we both believe is underrated and under-emphasized. My friend (we’ll just call him Brad Pitt for short) is a pretty amazing writer and thinker. When …

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