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Thoughtfully Christian Reflections? Part 2

By Mark D. Roberts | Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Yesterday, I began explaining the subtitle for my Beliefnet blog: “Thoughtfully Christian Reflections on Jesus, the Church, and the World.” Here’s the executive summary: In this blog, I will write “reflections” that are not polished treatises so much as “ponderings, musings, and ruminations.” I will write as a Christian, that is, one who looks upon life from the perspective of Christian faith.


But I am hoping to offer, not just Christian reflections, but thoughtfully Christian ones. Yes, I am using the adverb “thoughtfully” rather than the adjective “thoughtful.” Let me clarify this use of language that might, at first, seem odd or even incorrect.

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