Monthly Archives: February 2011

Learning in a Digital Age

When Jesus was teaching his disciples, he noted that it was not wise to take new wine and pour it into old wineskins.¬†You might be able to do it, but the result was often that the old wineskin broke and … Continue reading

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Why Young Evangelicals are Disenchanted with Church

At the NAICU president’s conference, we were introduced to Robert Putnam, author of American Grace: How Religion United and Divides Us. Putnam is also the Peter and Isabel Malkin Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University. Professor Putnam’s book examines … Continue reading

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