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Weekend Edition - January 20, 2017
Rural churches, same-sex marriage, ICYMI, and church signs
We talked for a bit about why it is that Evangelicals, who lack the ecclesial structure of Catholicism and Orthodoxy, have an easier time than the rest of us do holding to the orthodox
Died: Thomas Oden, Methodist Theologian Who Found Classical Christianity
His contribution to theology: nothing new. And that's what made him famous.
He taught at SMU and Phillips University earlier in his career. He used his Methodist roots as a bridge between Protestantism and Catholicism. Fred
Cradle Christians: Protestants Keep the Faith Better Than Catholics or Nones
Pew examines which parents successfully pass their religion to their kids—and whether mom or dad mattered most.
thereof. Protestantism is also gaining a larger percentage of adherents from Catholicism and the ranks of the unaffiliated than it is losing to both groups.
Died: Jack Chick, Cartoonist Whose Controversial Tracts Became Cult Hits
This was his life!
Chick consistently called out Catholics in his tracts, which represent a sense of “atavistic anti-Catholicism” among certain evangelicals, Mark Noll and Carol Nystrom wrote in Is the
Subscriber Access Only Gene Yang: A Graphic Novelist Caught Between Two Worlds
The graphic novelist and MacArthur Grant recipient sees his life as an outsider as a blessing.
Yang's father is a Christian engineer from Taiwan. His mother, a programmer from Taiwan and Hong Kong, converted to Catholicism after immigrating to the United States.
Nicaragua Heeds Evangelicals (Not Catholics) on Missionary Restrictions
Church leaders disagreed on whether new regulations were problematic.
Overall, Catholics supported the goal to better regulate missionaries, but evangelicals—who are increasingly close to matching Catholicism's share of the population—protested.
The State of The Church in America: When Numbers Point To A New Reality, Part 1
Before you dismiss research as unimportant, read this. If facts are our friends, then it's time we listen to them for the good of the Church in America.
to growth, decline, etc. We will share this in a three-part series, followed by on addendum on Catholicism (that was not in the EMQ artice). In Part One
‘The Young Pope’ Takes an Anxious Look at the Danger of Doubt
HBO's unsettling Vatican satire asks what happens when spiritual leaders shirk their own faith.
people? Whatever the case, he stands to ride a new wave of spirituality into Catholicism—or destroy 2,000 years of church history. Whichever comes first.
Weekend Edition—April 15, 2016
North Korea, a Footnote, the Developing World, and more!
But I believe it is important for us to keep an eye on Roman Catholicism's doctrinal developments and pastoral application in part because, whether we like it or not, the pope is the face
Pope Francis Quiet on Catholic Persecution of Protestants in Mexico
(UPDATED) Two dozen Protestant families get utilities turned back on after two years of punishment.
All across Latin America, Catholics are losing converts to Protestants, according to Pew's tally of record low levels of Catholicism across 19 countries and territories.
Religion in America: An Interview With Greg Smith of the Pew Research Center (Part 2)
Pew researcher says neither Christianity nor Evangelicalism are dying in the U.S.
That Evangelicalism is dying. That Catholicism is dying. That is not the case whatsoever. Those declines are most pronounced within Catholicism and within mainline Protestantism.
Why Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill Made Christian History in Cuba
(UPDATED) ISIS persecution of Christians prompts first meeting between Catholic and Orthodox primates since 1054.
Gathering for the first time in nearly 1,000 years to jointly address the record levels of modern-day persecution of Christians, the leaders of Roman Catholicism and Russian Eastern
Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ Asks What It Really Costs to Follow Jesus
Martin Scorsese adapts Shusaku Endo’s acclaimed novel about faith, mission, and suffering.
Scorsese's Pilgrimage. Scorsese described the process of making Silence as a “pilgrimage,” a working-out of his Catholicism through the medium he knows best: cinema.
Faith of the Candidates: Interview With Marco Rubio (Part 1)
I recently talked with Florida senator and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio about his faith journey.
We know you grew up Catholic. You kind of were engaged in the Mormon faith and came back to Catholicism. Where are you now? Catholicism and Evangelicalism.
The Faith of the Candidates: An Interview with Jeb Bush
I recently talked with former Florida governor, and Republican presidential candidate, Jeb Bush.
faith. Here is our conversation. On Catholicism. Ed Stetzer: We know you converted to Catholicism—I want to talk about what you mean by that phrase. At
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Black Southern Baptists weigh in on the issues around removing Sho Baraka’s album.
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