Charles Hefling on atonement, Barbara Melosh on cleaning up a church, Martin Copenhaver on a long pastorate.
Sarah Hinlicky Wilson on children and our R-rated Bible, Ted Smith on making Lent difficult, Terra Brockman on the social order of bees.
Theological education issue. Lawrence Wood on online seminary education, Amy Julia Becker on seminaries and disability, Will Willimon on the goal of seminary.
New series on bad situations in ministry, Chloë Starr on theology in China, Amy Frykholm interviews Colleen McDannell.
Bill McKibben on oil-industry divestment, Kyle Childress on the Keystone Pipeline, Gershom Gorenberg on Zionism.
J. B. Stump on God and science, Paula Huston on Bede Griffith and pilgrimage, Mark Schloneger on election-day communion.
Year-end lists of books, music and film; interview with Dennis Sanders; Tom Long on desperate prayers.
Charles Hefling on open communion, Chris Hoke on ministry with inmates, Suzanne Guthrie on meditation and milking.
Allan Rohlfs on constructive conflict, Lillian Daniel on the AAR-SBL gathering and the Hyatt boycott, Amy Frykholm interviews Peter Edelman.
Amy Frykholm on clergy health, Christine Pohl on kindness, Steve Thorngate on the rhetoric of class.
Fall books. Deborah Smith Douglas on reading as a Christian practice; Amy Frykholm interviews Christopher Smith; Thomas G. Long, Barbara Brown Taylor, Scott Cairns, and Kathleen Norris on their reading habits.
Ben Stewart on liturgy outside church, Bob Francis on health-care reform, Carol Howard Merritt on a response to a betrayal.
Benjamin Dueholm on football and ethics, Lee Hull Moses on a difficult congregational discussion, Paul Jeffrey on AIDS.
Various authors on the gospel in seven words, Elizabeth Myer Boulton and Matthew Myer Boulton on poetic preaching, Charles Hefling on the Episcopal same-sex rite.
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