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At the Crossroads
The battle for a denomination's soul.
Why St. Jerome Is an Icon for Our Times
The thunderbolt of Bethlehem struggled with the need to synthesize classical learning and Christian truth. So did the brightest lights of the Renaissance and Reformation. And so do Christians today.
Natural Born Sinners
Gordon Aeschliman in Cairo
Does God Really Want to Be Called "Father"?
Howe we refer to God makes a difference.
The Bonhoeffer That History Overlooked
In 1946, a man named Ernst Lohmeyer disappeared from East Germany. It took me three decades to piece together his story.
A Unity Not of Our Making
Why—biblically speaking—we should question the unity-in-diversity refrains coming out of many denominational headquarters
The Calling
The power of divine calling is not in how one is called but that one is called.
What's in a Name?
Why we shouldn't call the Old Testament the 'Hebrew Scriptures.'
The Man Who Said Nothing
In the Word: The Jesus Scandal
The church has a long history of discomfort with Christ
God Lite
We may wish for a God of love without law, but we would not want what our wishes would give.
Jesus Wasn’t a Pluralist
When I debate defenders of homosexuality, I am often accused of being exclusive in a way that Jesus wasn't.
When Disaster Brought Church Unity
The night Constantinople fell to the Ottoman armies may be the one time that the church was one.
Faith as Noun and Verb
You know the rope won't break-but it's 21 still a long way down.

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