I gobble books by musicians. Bruce Cockburn's memoir has more virtues than most.
I can see my dad's manuscript: the title centered in caps, the body double-spaced and marked up by hand. But I can't remember the words.
In January, Pope Francis will visit the Philippines. By 2050, there could be 100 million Catholics there.
Michael Waldman traces the Second Amendment's life, from militias to the NRA to the newfound right to have handguns at home.
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I'm a big fan of change, especially in the church. My upbringing as a pastor's kid kind of ingrained change into me; it helped me accept change as a natural, inevitable fact of life. This has been a helpful asset for me in ministry.
I imagine some of the people freaking out about Ebola consider themselves Christians. How ironic is that?
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