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Foxtrot by Bill Amend

Foxtrot by Bill Amend

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A Calvinist and an Arminian walk into a bar…

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Podcast: Defending the Manifesto (6 of 10)

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Lighten Up: How Christians Sign Emails

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The Open View of Messianic Prophesies

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Sermon: God Needs Prayer

In this sermon clip, Greg Boyd discusses some of the challenges we face when praying. The full sermon wrestles with questions like: If God is all-powerful, does he need our prayers to change this world? And is it even worth praying if we can’t see the results? Greg addresses these questions as he begins a…