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‘I Love JK Rowling’ poster removed from Edinburgh train station after trans comments

Feminist campaigner Kellie-Jay Keen with her billboard that cost 1,200 to display before it was removed.(Photo: Instagram/Kellie-Jay Keen)A poster saying 'I Love JK Rowling' has been removed from Edinburgh's main train station after the Harry Potter author criticised trans ideology.  Network Rail Scotland, which manages Waverley station, confirmed the decision on Twitter.  The advert was put... Read more

How to Train Your Dragon: Revision, Restoration, and Edenic Longing – Christ and Pop Culture

Every other Tuesday inStoried,K. B. Hoyleexplores the ways our cultural narratives act on us individually and in society as a whole. In 2010, I was warned to stay far away from a newly released movie containing dangerous revisionist history. The movie was How to Train Your Dragonthe story of a boy who befriends a dragon... Read more

Why We Must Train Leaders in (and for) the Church

Another book on leadership? Admittedly, this was my initial thought when I picked upThe Leadership Formula: Develop the Next Generation of Leaders in the Church. There are countless articles, blogs, and books on the topic of leadership crisis. But the problem isn’t the absence of leadership so much as the absence of healthy leaders. This... Read more

TGC Q&A Podcast: Why Train Women to Teach the Bible?

Jen Wilkin: Why train women to teach the Bible? Taylor Turkington: Jen, I think that as we think about the church, God has gifted all his people. He’s gifted men, he’s gifted women. And when we look at women who have a gift of teaching, we want to equip them just like we equip all... Read more

TGC Q&A Podcast: Why Train Women to Teach the Bible?

TGC Q&A Podcast: Why Practice Girls to Educate the Bible?

[ad_1] Taylor Turkington begins the dialog by highlighting that each women and men within the church can have the reward of instructing the Bible, and due to this, you will need to equip themjust like all of the saints must be outfitted for the work of the ministry as described in Ephesians 4:12-14. Jen Wilkin... Read more