Monthly Archives: September 2011

Should the Bible ever be updated?

So I received an interesting reply from a York County pastor today regarding the new Common English Bible. The pastor, who shall remain nameless, said that he is not a fan of any effort to “modernize” or otherwise update the … Continue reading

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Walkers needed!

It’s CROP Walk time again and given the difficulties many folks are still facing trying to make ends meet, these programs are needed more than ever. Besides, you’ll get in shape and feel good about doing a good deed. Here’s … Continue reading

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Does Hollywood treat religion fairly?

To be released in the York area Sept. 30, “Courageous” is the fourth film from Sherwood Pictures, the moviemaking ministry of Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, Georgia. In 2008, Sherwood produced the highest-grossing independent film of the year with “Fireproof,” … Continue reading

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Let’s get it started

My fascination with religion dates to college. Well, before that I suppose, but college is when I really wanted to enroll in religion courses to satisfy my liberal arts requirements. Alas, philosophy proved more mysterious and I ended up taking … Continue reading

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