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And once in a while, Christian college students have a good idea

I get updates from Christianity Today Online, mostly because they're one Christian publication that has a pretty solid view of current pop culture (at least, they haven't hesitated to publish articles in favor of Buffy and Harry Potter).

Only once in a blue moon do I go look at whatever article is featured this month. Today I was glad I did. I wish more Christians would do stuff like this; maybe if we were more honest with ourselves and those who don't believe as we do, we'd be a lot closer to living the way Christ meant us to.

The Campus Confession Booth

Now that was something worth doing.
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