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You Need a Better Gospel: Reclaiming the Good News of Participation with Christ
The Gospel Is the Giver of Salvation, Not Just the Gift
Too often, our (mis)understanding of the Good News devalues a vital, life-shaping, world-changing relationship with God himself.
Jesus and Gender: Living as Sisters and Brothers in Christ
Jesus Frees Men and Women to Ask ‘How Can I Serve?’ Not ‘Who’s in Charge?’
Our view of gender roles and relations should begin with Christ’s pattern of humility.
When Sorrow Comes: The Power of Sermons from Pearl Harbor to Black Lives Matter
全国性的悲剧后美国人仍然会听布道, 但其语调已不再一样
一本新的历史书认为,新教牧师将先知性的反省换成了崇尚胜利的公民宗教。
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When Sorrow Comes: The Power of Sermons from Pearl Harbor to Black Lives Matter
全國性的悲劇后美國人仍然會聽佈道,但其語調已不再一樣
一本新的歷史書認為,新教牧師將先知性的反省換成了崇尚勝利的公民宗教。
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The Struggle to Stay: Why Single Evangelical Women Are Leaving the Church
Single, Evangelical Women Are Counting the Cost of Staying in Church
A sociologist explores some of the factors driving them away, but her “accrued resentments” get in the way of a fair picture.
When Sorrow Comes: The Power of Sermons from Pearl Harbor to Black Lives Matter
National Tragedies Still Call Forth Sermons. But Their Tone Has Changed.
A new history argues that Protestant ministers have traded prophetic introspection for triumphalist civil religion.
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Ecclesiastes and the Search for Meaning in an Upside-Down World
Ecclesiastes Is the Story of Abel Writ Large
Biblical Hebrew uses similar names for “vanity” and the slain brother. That’s no accident.
What Are Christians For?: Life Together at the End of the World
Let the Modern World Make You Uncomfortable
Jake Meador challenges the church to rethink its attachment to the American way of life.
The Least of Us: True Tales of America and Hope in the Time of Fentanyl and Meth
The Church Should Ask Two Questions About the Current Drug Crisis
Where do we find it? And more importantly, are we really prepared for what we’ll find?
The Sexual Reformation: Restoring the Dignity and Personhood of Man and Woman
When Song of Songs Uses a Word, It Doesn’t Always Mean What We Think It Means
Aimee Byrd is correct that the book diagnoses flawed understandings of human sexuality, but her interpretative choices are open to question.
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