Paul Hoffman on the circularity of faith formation, Suzanne Guthrie on
welcoming her demons, Gail Ramshaw on the new Roman missal.
Benjamin J. Dueholm on Dan Savage, symposium on 9/11 after ten years, Barbara Brown Taylor on Jerusalem tours.
Amy Frykholm on the community schools movement, Jesse James DeConto on the Wild Goose Festival, Miroslav Volf on honoring others.
Martin Thielen on mainline marketing, Mary Clark Moschella on pastoral ethnography, Amy Plantinga Pauw on Elizabeth Johnson.
Jon Sweeney on the King James Version, Stephanie Paulsell on the hijab, Amy Frykholm on Catholic retreats for Protestant women clergy.
New series on ministry in the 21st century, Andrew Bacevich and Greg Metzger on the war on terrorism, Tom Long on grief.
Martin B. Copenhaver and John N. Sheveland on yoga, Carol Zaleski on C.S. Lewis's Aeneid, Jason Byassee on Will Willimon.
Amy Frykholm and Steve Thorngate on church membership, Tobias Winright
on the killing of bin Laden, Craig Barnes on his two grandmothers.
Peter Marty on heaven, hell and Rob Bell; Eugene Rogers on same-sex
complementarity; Martin Copenhaver on the virtue of imbalance.
Spring books. Essential books on the founders, the Civil War, evangelism and youth ministry; best new books on Old Testament, theology and ethics.
Gary Dorrien on the common good, Barbara Brown Taylor on Jesus' singing, Max Stackhouse on how his mind has changed.
Sarah Hinlicky Wilson on walking in Luther's steps, Bradley N. Hill on ministry with Generation Y, William H. Willimon on Peter Gomes.
Elizabeth Myer Boulton and Matthew Myer Boulton on sacramental sex, Paul-Gordon Chandler on Muslim-Copt cooperation, Sarah Coakley on how her mind has changed.
Miroslav Volf on Allah and the Trinity, Elizabeth Myer Boulton on Mary and Martha, Rodney Clapp on superstitious prayer.
Theological education issue. Reflections on formative moments by Eugene Peterson, Michael Jinkins, Amos Yong, Don C. Richter, Kathleen Norris, Richard H. Bliese, James P. Wind and Thomas Lynch.
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