Mark DeVine

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Mark DeVine teaches Historical Theology at the Beeson Divinity School of Samford University.

Dr. DeVine is the author of three books, Bonhoeffer Speaks Today: Following Jesus as All Costs, RePlant: How a Dying Church Can Grow Again, and Shalom Yesterday, Today, and Forever: Embracing All Three Dimensions of Creation and Redemption.

DeVine writes on the intersection of faith, culture, and politics at The Federalist, American Spectator, American Reformer, Western Journal, and American Thinker.

He served as a missionary to Bangkok, Thailand, and now serves as Teaching Elder as Some Rise Baptist Church in Smoke Rise, Alabama.

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Society, Religion | 6 months ago

Suffer the Little Children: A Christmas Afterword

Approximately 150,000 mothers have given birth in the United States since Christmas. More than 34,000 babies have been aborted. What contemporary sensibility better reflects the diminished influence of the Bible in the West than does its altered perception and reception…

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