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On Praying The Psalms

Written by Nathan Kriebel. Media by Katie Wallace. “Let’s bow our heads to pray,” speaks the worship leader. “Lord, we thank you for this day, that we can, just, gather here to worship You…we just ask for You to bring Your presence here as we come to worship. We just love You so much. Amen.” Prayers like this more and more frequently permeate the contemporary church’s worship. For some reason, prayer has be ...

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The “Optional” Commandment

Written by Mike McLouth. Media by Katie Wallace.                           It is culturally convenient that of all the commandments not one is treated with such condescending disregard as the Sabbath. Keeping the Sabbath seems to be the last thing talked about in our church, especially when our society sees business as the norm. It doesn’t see ...

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Atheist Church?

Written by Tyler Rollinson. Media by Katie Wallace & Tyler Rollinson.                         As a student at Greenville College, I have heard the word community many times. More and more I am discovering the importance of, and need for, community. I’m also learning more and more about what community really looks like and what it means to truly ...

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What Is Community?

Written by Missy Deal. Media by Katie Wallace. Around here at Greenville College, there is a lot of commotion about community. We all have heard it in classes, from the pulpit in chapel, from upper classmen, and have heard administration using this word as a point of advertising for the college. I too have used this word to describe my basketball team as well as the people on this campus. This word “communi ...

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Are you “All In”?

Written by Doug Faulkner. Media by Katie Wallace. On cold winter nights In the early 1980's, my friends and I would often walk across Scott Field from our dorm to the warm and cozy confines of HJ Long to take in some college basketball action. The Panthers were usually in a tight battle with an opposing conference foe from the old Prairie College Conference, the forerunner to the SLIAC (our current athletic ...

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God Is A Zombie?

Written by Amanda Hermes. Media by Katie Wallace. Most fairytales start with once upon a time, but this is not a fairytale.   This is decaying flesh, mindless drones, and cannibals. What we are dealing with here is Zombies. The word Zombie comes from the Haitian word “Zombi” which means “spirit of the dead.”  Zombie originated from Haitian folklore. In the country of Haiti it was believe that you could beco ...

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Copy, Paste

Written by Jake Cannon. Media by Jake Cannon. There is nothing new under the sun. I'm sure you've heard this phrase before cleverly inserted into conversations about Hollywood remakes and sequels, then everyone agrees in a holy unison and the conversation continues. But what does that actually mean? It means there is nothing original. It means when someone does anything creative or "original," it is built u ...

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Spring Courses: English Department Edition

Written by Lexi Baysinger. Media by Paul Anderson Sure winter is just starting, but I'm already looking forward to the returning warmth of spring time. And with looking forward to spring, it means that it’s also time to start looking for classes to start filling the empty spaces in your schedules. To help with that, Professor Alexandria LaFaye, English professor, has prepared summaries of the courses that t ...

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Improvising in Ferguson

Written by Tyler Merrill.  Media by Paul Anderson Three hours before the first Thursday night session of “Power, Politics and the Pope” (the class with the coolest name on campus), I received an email from our teacher Rick McPeak. “We do not yet know each other, but you will quickly learn that I am a believer in experiential education. Tonight we will be going to Ferguson.” The events in Ferguson are being ...

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