Dr. James Emery White

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Dr. James Emery White

Gay Marriage, Part Four

As the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments on same-sex marriage this week, the Church & Culture Team felt it timely to take a recent address by Dr. White on the matter and turn it into a four-blog series that will be issued Monday-Thursday of this week. This is part four of that series.

Gay Marriage, Part Three

As the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments on same-sex marriage this week, the Church & Culture Team felt it timely to take a recent address by Dr. White on the matter and turn it into a four-blog series that will be issued Monday-Thursday of this week. This is part three of that series.

Gay Marriage, Part Two

As the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments on same-sex marriage this week, the Church & Culture Team felt it timely to take a recent address by Dr. White on the matter and turn it into a four-blog series that will be issued Monday-Thursday of this week. This is part two of that series.

Gay Marriage, Part One

As the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments on same-sex marriage this week, the Church & Culture Team felt it timely to take a recent address by Dr. White on the matter and turn it into a four-blog series that will be issued Monday-Thursday of this week.

Meck's Secret Sauce

When people ask about Meck’s growth, or ability to penetrate the unchurched, they are looking for a silver bullet. A single program, method, or approach that they can take, implement, and see similar results. Okay. Here it is.

Cultural Missionaries

Make no mistake; wherever you are is your mission field. And not only do you need to be a cultural missionary, you need to understand what aspect of culture you're after.

The Seventh Age and the Second Fall

We are at the end of an age, and stand at the beginning of another. A “seventh” age. But what is going to mark this seventh age?

The Men of Issachar

I have long been intrigued by an obscure passage in the Old Testament Scriptures, almost a throwaway comment, about a group of men within the people of Israel. They knew the “signs of the times” and how best to live in light of them. To me, that is a powerful and important combination.

The Future of Religion

One of the more provocative reports on the future of world religion, 2010-2050, was recently released by the Pew Forum. Six years in the making, and encompassing data from 234 countries and territories, it is a landmark piece of research.

The Monday after Easter (2015)

This is a blog with a very specific audience. I know it may exclude some of you, but it may be healthy for you to eavesdrop. I don’t know how Easter Sunday went for you, but I have a hunch.

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