Marilyn Chandler McEntyre

Marilyn Chandler McEntyre has taught at Princeton University, the College of New Jersey, Mills College, Dominican University, and Westmont College. She now teaches at the UCSF/UC Berkeley Joint Medical Program and in the University Writing Program at UC Davis. Her column for Christianity Today appeared from 2000 to 2001.

Furthermore: Teach Your Children WellSubscriber Access Only
Hearing 'When I was in school' helps our children no more than it helped us.
Preaching to PreschoolersSubscriber Access Only
A children's sermon is a time to feed their imaginations, not their egos
Resisting RelevancySubscriber Access Only
The church suffers when pastors confuse anecdotes with parables
My House, God's HouseSubscriber Access Only
Hospitality is not merely good manners but a ministry of healing
Rx for Moral FussbudgetsSubscriber Access Only
Good guilt entails more than repentance for merely personal sins
Community, Not CommoditySubscriber Access Only
Let us acknowledge, and even mourn, what we lose when worship meets media
Furthermore: Nice Is Not the PointSubscriber Access Only
Sometimes love is sharp, hard-edged, confusing, and seemingly unfair.
Furthermore: The Fullness of TimeSubscriber Access Only
I'd like life to be a series of pauses like a poem, rather than a fast-paced, page-turner airport novel.
In the Word: 'I've Been Through Things'Subscriber Access Only
Meditating on Honor your father and your mother.
Silence Is to Dwell InSubscriber Access Only
An hour of quiet is a rare gift, hard to come by in an ordinary week, even for those who seek it.
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Why ‘Being Christian Without the Church’ Fails the Good Friday Test
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According to the gospel of John, the cross casts us into community.
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