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A knowledgeable and enthusiastic tour guide makes a big difference to a day of sightseeing. I learned this on a guided tour of Philadelphia historical sites. Our guide was a Ph.D. student in American History and operated a tour business on the side. He took us both to the landmark destinations and those that were […]

Andrew Canavan
Monday, March 14th 2022

We are not far removed from the summer of 2020, yet it seems fair to say that this past year will serve as a landmark in the long and lamentable history of race relations in America. Cities from Minneapolis to Philadelphia to Los Angeles were shaken by unrest. Americans grappled with questions of racially motivated […]

Andrew Canavan
Monday, January 18th 2021

Quarantine. Lockdown. Stay At Home. The coronavirus pandemic of 2020 has rocketed these terms to the top of our shared lexicon. By some estimates, more than 80% of counties in the U.S. restricted normal activities in recent weeks to help curb the spread of COVID-19. At this point we’re all familiar with the statistics, the […]

Andrew Canavan
Tuesday, May 5th 2020

Christians who trace their heritage to the Protestant Reformation have tended to be cautious when it comes to miracles. With visions of unbiblical excess running through our heads, this wariness is often merited. Nonetheless, Christianity is a supernatural religion, and believers base their lives and eternal destinies on the truth of amazing claims about God's […]

Andrew Canavan
Jared C. Wilson
Saturday, February 28th 2015

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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