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Week of January 29, 2023

A Poet for ‘Bruised Evangelicals’
A Poet for ‘Bruised Evangelicals’
Malcolm Guite has found himself a sort of tribal elder for younger generations of Christians.
Two Congregations Force LGBT Debate on Evangelical Covenant Church
Two Congregations Force LGBT Debate on Evangelical Covenant Church
Can human sexuality be a nonessential issue for a denomination that seeks to “stand in the center”?
Paid ContentWhy a Big Jesus Ad in the Super Bowl Matters to Christians
Why a Big Jesus Ad in the Super Bowl Matters to Christians
Entering a divided cultural moment with a message of unconditional love.
Report: Jean Vanier’s L’Arche Hid ‘Mystical-Sexual’ Sect for Decades
Report: Jean Vanier’s L’Arche Hid ‘Mystical-Sexual’ Sect for Decades
An independent commission concluded that dozens of women were violated by Vanier and his mentor under exploitative spiritual disciplines.
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God Is the Good Samaritan
God Is the Good Samaritan
And he teaches us to value diversity and individuality.

Week of January 22, 2023

How We Read the Bible Now
How We Read the Bible Now
Fewer people are using more types of media to access Scripture.
Job’s Wife Urged Him to ‘Curse God and Die.’ Caregivers Get It.
Job’s Wife Urged Him to ‘Curse God and Die.’ Caregivers Get It.
It’s not necessary to condone her exhortations to curse God. But we should seek to understand them.
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‘For I Was Hungry’: The Verse Brazil’s Evangelicals Can Never Forget
‘For I Was Hungry’: The Verse Brazil’s Evangelicals Can Never Forget
Will we be remembered for our political aspirations or for feeding the famished?
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We Shudder at Abraham Sacrificing Isaac. But We Have Our Own Altars.
We Shudder at Abraham Sacrificing Isaac. But We Have Our Own Altars.
We may flinch at seeing the revered patriarch nearly end his own son’s life. But what do we miss when viewing this story through contemporary eyes?
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Joseph Forgave His Estranged Brothers. So Can You?
Joseph Forgave His Estranged Brothers. So Can You?
His response to his treacherous siblings invites us to reevaluate similar relationships in our lives.
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