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To the Church Called Mainline by William H. Willimon
To the Church Called Mainline:
Square Text in a Round FormSubscriber Access Only
The Day Rev. Henderson Bumped His HeadSubscriber Access Only
A parable of church life. Honestly.
The Power of Mere WordsSubscriber Access Only
Preaching may appear to be "just talk," but don't underestimate its impact.
Preaching to the DisinclinedSubscriber Access Only
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Should Churches Buy into the Education Business?
Assuming They Are ChristiansSubscriber Access Only
The Ethics of Promoting Democracy
Should the U.S. stay militarily involved in Afghanistan?
Ambitious Like JesusSubscriber Access Only
If your ambitions aren't worth your life, they're not big enough.
Are You Worshiping a Fake Jesus?
Daniel Darling catalogues the impostors vying for your devotion.
The Chains of Religious Freedom
In exchange for liberty, has the American church contented itself with back-seat status?
I Was Wrong about Christian Schools
Marriage as a Subversive Activity
A Tough Audience: The JadedSubscriber Access Only
Role CallSubscriber Access Only
The Power of Mere WordsSubscriber Access Only
Been There, Preached ThatSubscriber Access Only
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Loneliness is an unavoidable by-product of a culture that believes individual rights are more important than community.
Do American Christians Need the Message of Grace or a Call to Holiness?
Observers weigh in.

Top Story April 1, 2020

Have Yourself a Bittersweet Easter
Have Yourself a Bittersweet Easter
A typical Holy Week is out of reach this year. That's cause for lament—and celebration.

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