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.
Barbara Brown Taylor on light without sight, Lee Hull Moses on ministry with children of all abilities, Debbie Blue on Lent in Minnesota.
Debra Bendis on a left-right ministerial group, Gail Irwin on church closures, Jesse James DeConto on homebrew at church.
Lawrence Wood on theologians in residence, Sharon Ely Pearson on Sunday school, Greg Jones on innovation in theological ed.
Sara Miles on Ash Wednesday in the streets, Wesley Granberg-Michaelson on the WCC and Pentecostals, Heidi Neumark on bedbugs at a pageant.
Readers write about mentors, Amy Frykholm on marriage counseling for same-sex couples, Brian Doyle on neighbor love.
Martin Tel on the Psalter, Jesse Zink on hymnody in South Sudan, Ben Dueholm on prostitution.
Jesse James DeConto on church for runners, Joanna Harader on the disunity of the body, Amy Frykholm interviews Vern Bengtson.
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