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Cantando as canções da injustiça
A adoração bíblica, irada e congregacional pode ajudar a transformar nossos corações e igrejas.
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Facing the Lions of Fatherhood
The ‘roar’ of earthly fathers can be powerful and painful, but God’s roar is louder.
Singing the Songs of Injustice
Biblical, angry, congregational worship can help transform our hearts and churches.
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The Storm That Won’t Get the Last Word
Ahmaud Arbery and tragedy in Brunswick, Georgia.
People are Addicted to Outrage: Four Ways to Walk a Better Path
Rather than seeing our world through the lens of everything that’s broken I argue we should use a lens with four main features.
Pastors Need Friends Born for Adversity
When beloved congregants turned on me, who could I trust for advice?
My ‘Mom Rage’ Is Understandable. But It’s Not Excusable.
In my fury, I’m invited to repent and be restored at the foot of the cross.
Playing the Trump Card this Political Season: Civility within Political Hostility
Without tolerance of different worldviews, there will be no dialogue or progress.
Beyond the Outrage: Helping Christians Be Their Best
I have a new six-week study guide to help you navigate our increasingly polarized culture.
The Growing Danger Of Assigning Guilt By Association
How can we effect change if we can’t find common ground with people who see things differently?
One-on-One with Tim Harlow on ‘What Made Jesus Mad?’
“The issue that always made Jesus mad was when humans got in the way of God’s love.”
We Want Straightforward Answers. God Gives Us Mysteries.Subscriber Access Only
Jen Pollock Michel traces the paradoxical shape of Christian truth.
Biting Babies, Jet-Fuel Loans, and Other Inexplicable Controversies That Made Me a Better Pastor
You don’t have to understand a conflict to respond to it wisely.
Staying on Mission in the Age of Outrage
How do Christians respond in a Christ-honoring way to a world awash in division and hostility?
The Good Gift of a Downcast Soul
How our emotions—even the unpleasant ones—point us back to a loving God.
When Jesus Got Angry
In a world in which anger is overused, being slow to anger may make a stronger statement than all our yelling ever could.
‘I Thought God Loved Only the Hutu’Subscriber Access Only
Tutsi widows and orphans felt betrayed by the church during the genocide. Survivor Denise Uwimana made it her mission to help them heal.
A Caution to ‘Nice’ Christians
When we don't confront sin, in others and in ourselves, we commit spiritual malpractice.
Leave Your Righteous Indignation on the Field
Aristotle taught that outrage can be a natural response, but Christ reminds us that it should be rare.
Can Anger at God Be Righteous?Subscriber Access Only
The Psalms show us how to faithfully protest to God.

Top Story August 3, 2020

N. T. Wright: The Pandemic Should Make Us Humble—and Practical
N. T. Wright: The Pandemic Should Make Us Humble—and Relentlessly Practical
We can’t know for sure why it’s happening or how to stop it. But Scripture calls us to grieve with God’s Spirit and get to work serving others.

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