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One-on-One with Frank Bruni
The Bulletin Episode 91|43min
One-on-One with Frank Bruni
The New York Times columnist talks about his new book on grievance and how to talk across differences.
One Body, Many Denominational Meetings
One Body, Many Denominational Meetings
Our anxiety over church factions should lead us to dependence on Christ.
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Why We’re Weird for Thinking That Tim Scott Is Weird
Why We’re Weird for Thinking That Tim Scott Is Weird
The politician’s public commitment to abstinence has made him an outlier in a sex-obsessed culture. But is the church any friendlier to older single men?
The Precarious Position of India’s Christians—and Its Democracy
The Precarious Position of India’s Christians—and Its Democracy
Lawyer and author P. I. Jose discusses the growing influence of Hindutva ideology and its threat to India’s constitutional order.
Catholic Miracle Stories Should Take Us Outside Our Protestant Comfort Zones
Catholic Miracle Stories Should Take Us Outside Our Protestant Comfort Zones
Even when they strain credulity, they can challenge our assumptions about popular piety and the limits of the possible.
Jesus Will Speak in 100 Tongues, Thanks to Man Who Helped Disney’s Elsa Sing in 41 Languages
Jesus Will Speak in 100 Tongues, Thanks to Man Who Helped Disney’s Elsa Sing in 41 Languages
Rick Dempsey explains how his decades of localization expertise is being applied to The Chosen.
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Artistic Humility in the Age of ‘Hot AI Jesus’
Artistic Humility in the Age of ‘Hot AI Jesus’
As digital enticements proliferate, Michelangelo and the apostle Paul teach us to seek humbler, faithful art forms.
Novelist Leif Enger Cheerfully Refuses Despair
The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 114|54min
Novelist Leif Enger Cheerfully Refuses Despair
A conversation about stories that are both heartbreaking and hopeful.
The Pentecostal Who Shaped Swedish Politics
The Pentecostal Who Shaped Swedish Politics
Lewi Pethrus founded the Christian Democrats, started a still-in-print newspaper, and preached his countercultural values to whomever would listen, explains historian Joel Halldorf.