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He Was My Pope, Too
Now that John Paul II is gone, I am even more of an orphan than the Christians in the Roman church.
Work Is Our Mission
Why the godly baker's most significant task is baking good bread.
Spittle and Self-Righteousness
Beware of responding too indignantly to those on the other side of the war debate
Election 08's 'False Clerics and Schismatic Spirits'
The ubiquity of religion in this campaign season is distinctly un-Lutheran.
Out of This World
What this Lutheran learned when he visited the Amish.
The Other Iranian Revolution
In 'godless' eastern Germany, Iranian refugees surprise pastors with their interest in Christianity.
The Supreme Court Rejects Natural Law
It's now up to the churches to guard what is graven on the heart of man
Iraq's Church Bombers vs. Muhammad
Attacks defy the Prophet's wish for the area's millennia-old Christian community, which is now on the edge of oblivion.
Are Episcopalians Still a Church?
A Lutheran theologian and journalist examines the Robinson confirmation
Upright But No Panzer Pope
Why he was chosen—and why he's no narrow-minded blockhead.

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What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
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