Throwing Inkwells

Mollie Ziegler Hemingway

Mollie Ziegler Hemingway is a contributor to, an editor at, and a frequent writer for Christianity Today and a number of other outlets. A committed Lutheran, her column ran from 2009 to 2011.

Doubting Doubt
In Praise of ConfidenceSubscriber Access Only
Doubt is to be endured, not celebrated.
Flunking Pew's Pop Quiz
Flunking Pew's Pop QuizSubscriber Access Only
Good thing the Last Judgment is not a round of Final Jeopardy!
The Parent of All Virtues
The Parent of All VirtuesSubscriber Access Only
Gratitude is also the one we are most likely to sabotage.
Faith UnboundSubscriber Access Only
Why spirituality is sexy but religion is not.
Same Sex, Different MarriageSubscriber Access Only
Many of those who want marriage equality do not want fidelity.
Is Cosmetic Surgery Immoral?Subscriber Access Only
Even more importantly: Why do you want to know?
Segregated in a Whole New WaySubscriber Access Only
A church family from the same generation isn't much of a family.
Sin: The Rest of the Story
Sin: The Rest of the StorySubscriber Access Only
What the snark-infested news media just don't seem to understand.
White Flag in the Mommy Wars
White Flag in the Mommy WarsSubscriber Access Only
The theology that many parents are missing.
'Honor Thy Father' for Grownups
'Honor Thy Father' for GrownupsSubscriber Access Only
Or, how not to be a deadbeat son or daughter.

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