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WRF Member William Edgar Reviews UNAPOLOGETIC: WHY, DESPITE EVERYTHING, CHRISTIANITY CAN STILL MAKE SURPRISING EMOTIONAL SENSE

WRF Member William Edgar Reviews UNAPOLOGETIC: WHY, DESPITE EVERYTHING, CHRISTIANITY CAN STILL MAKE SURPRISING EMOTIONAL SENSE

Francis Spufford, UNAPOLOGETIC: WHY, DESPITE EVERYTHING, CHRISTIANITY CAN STILL MAKE SURPRISING EMOTIONAL SENSE. London: Faber & Faber; San Francisco: Harper One, 2012, xiii, 221 pp. $25.99. 

A Book Review by WRF Member This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. John Boyer Chair of Evangelism and Culture Westminster Theological Seminary

Yeshua looks around. He sees the doves in their wicker cages,

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Ho, Ho, Ho! Satan Rules the Pit -- by WRF Member Clair Davis

Ho, Ho, Ho! Satan Rules the Pit -- by WRF Member Clair Davis

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 It started when I looked through the Christmas card display—not a single one on Mary and Joseph and Baby Jesus.  I was surprised, but then I remembered how proud I am to be an American.  Not a Massachusetts Bay American

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