Joseph Hopkins’s interview on the Children of God and its founder, “Moses” Berg, is important reading. Knowing about this sect, you might be able to keep some young person from falling under its spell.
Robert Johnston tackles a subject currently in vogue in some circles, relational theology, tracing it back to Schleiermacher. He weighs the subjectives of experience over against objective revelational realities.
After learning about relational theology, go on to read William Willimon’s and Philip Yancey’s articles about that most intensive, most challenging, and potentially most rewarding human relationship: marriage.1
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