Jason Byassee on the church in Vancouver, Teri Ott on ministry among the Nones, Miroslav Volf on God the giver.
Carter Lester and Kerry Pidcock-Lester on being married copastors, Mordechai Beck on East Jerusalem, Nicole Chilivis on difficult church relationships.
Christmas picks by Brian McLaren, Sara Miles, Chris Wiman, and others; Paul Jeffrey on Syrian refugees; Ulrich Rosenhagen on the Abrahamic faiths and their Abrahams.
Otis Moss III on preaching the blues, Ragan Sutterfield on Advent and climate change, Amy Frykholm interviews Islam scholar Jonathan Brown.
Charles Hefling on universal salvation, Kate Foster Connors on Bible camp in the street, Ben Dueholm on the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Readers write on the topic "song," Clare Amos on Nostra Aetate, Mark Heim on Michel Houellebecq.
Fall books. Favorite books to teach; Amy Frykholm interviews Jon Pott; reviews of Nadia Bolz-Weber, Stanley Hauerwas, Fleming Rutledge, and others.
Lian Xi on Christians in China, Kathryn Greene-McCreight on martyrdom, Katherine Willis Pershey on Ashley Madison.
Kevin Lowe on Protestant agrarians, Amy Frykholm on life as a nonjoiner, Janice Jean Springer on her Parkinson's.
Rick Lischer on spiritual memoir, Peter Marty on his wife's brain aneurysm, Lee Hull Moses on denominational gatherings.
Steve Thorngate on life without parole, Ben Dueholm on inequality and pop culture, Jan Rippentrop on the sacramental life.
Scientists in congregations, David Keck on multiplayer gaming, Stephanie Paulsell remembers Anthony Yu.
Peter Marty on evaluating pastors, Norman Wirzba on theology and the human creature, Shannon Craigo-Snell on why Jesus isn't a hero.
Sarah Hinlicky Wilson and Thomas Albert Howard on the upcoming Reformation anniversary, Marilynne Robinson on secularism, Frederick Niedner on marriage.
Readers write about reversal, Teri McDowell Ott on traps in preaching, Jeff Vogel on why we keep checking our phones.
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