Gerald Schlabach on Paul and same-sex marriage, Jesse James DeConto on voting rights in North Carolina, Katherine Mast on watershed discipleship.
Richard Kauffman interviews bookseller Byron Borger; best books for ministy in the 21st century; reviews of Grant Wacker, Miriam Toews, Christian Wiman, and others.
Resident Aliens at 25, Shannon Craigo-Snell on marching in Ferguson, Heidi Neumark on churches and poor doors.
Tobias Winright on warrior cops, Bethany Sollereder on evolution and suffering, Sarah Hinlicky Wilson on Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg.
Amy-Jill Levine on parables, Titus Presler on the Church of Pakistan, Tobias Winright on "humane" executions.
Yoder's theology and misconduct, Terra Brockman on weeds, Robert Johnston on general revelation and film.
Rowan Williams on prayer, Carol Zaleski on devotional art, Stephen Long on possibly becoming Catholic.
Luke Bretherton and Ben Dueholm on marijuana, six stories by Brian Doyle, Carol Howard Merritt on Love Wins Ministries.
Readers write about risk, Rachel Srubas on Armenian Americans and Turkey, Ted Campbell on the myth of the mainline.
Charles Hefling on original sin, Janet Edwards on being bisexual in the church, Beth Felker Jones on teaching via video.
Amy Frykholm on community health clinics, Barbara Brown Taylor on religious diversity, Brian Doyle on a machine gun.
B. J. Hutto on truth telling about Christian weddings, Steve Thorngate on the very churchy wedding, Katherine Willis Pershey on a parishioner who got "ordained," Celeste Kennel-Shank on interfaith weddings.
Brent Plate on sensory faith, Kathleen Housley on the value of not comprehending, Heidi Neumark on regret.
Spring books. David Wood on Eugene Peterson; various writers recommend one book for new ministers; reviews of Elizabeth Johnson, Molly Worthen, Peter Leithart, and others.
Amy Frykholm on a possible UMC split, Paul Jeffrey on Central American migrants, Teri McDowell Ott on honest preaching.
A Pauline case for same-sex marriage
Bookseller Byron Borger
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