Kenda Creasy Dean on teenagers and faith, John Dart on China and process thought, J. G. Janzen on living with cancer.
John Dart and Kyle Childress on megachurches, M. Craig Barnes on discernment, Krista Tippett on faith that changes over time.
Lawrence Wood and Barbara Wheeler on lay pastors, Martin E. Marty on God's forgetfulness, Barbara Brown Taylor on life before computers.
Amy Frykholm on Karen Armstrong, Ted A. Smith and Amy-Jill Levine on the PCUSA Middle East report, Emilie M. Townes on how her mind has changed.
Amy Frykholm on immigration reform, David Hoekema on religious freedom in Kenya, Ellen F. Davis on the poetry of care and loss.
Mark Chaves on the faith-based initiative, Bill McKibben on the oil leak in the Gulf, Mark A. Noll on how his mind has changed.
Mark Wm. Radecke on short-term missions, Belden C. Lane on the Desert Christians and apathy, Brad N. Hill on lame-duck pastors.
Spring books. Ralph C. Wood on P. D. James; Carol Zaleski on the Bhagavad Gita; top books for ministry chosen by Peter W. Marty, Debbie Blue, Richard Lischer, Brian D. McLaren and Shawnthea Monroe.
Paul Jeffrey on refugees in South Africa, Miroslav Volf on faith-based violence, Robert W. Jenson on how his mind has changed.
Thomas Lynch on cremation and ritual, David Grumett on Christians and food rules, Scott Cairns on how his mind has changed.
William H. Willimon on Easter hope, Barbara Brown Taylor on working people, David S. Cunningham on the thief on the left.
William H. Willimon on reconsidering practices, Erin Swenson on being a transgender pastor, Elaine Blanchard on a bicycle ministry in Memphis.
Lawrence Wood on Eboo Patel, Peter W. Marty on inconsistency and love, Kathryn Tanner on how her mind has changed.
Amy Frykholm on Rick Steves, M. Craig Barnes on the creeds, Margaret Bendroth on congregational history.
Fred Bahnson on ECHO, Jason Byassee on multicampus churches, Dennis P. McCann on health-care reform.
How can we move beyond our walls when our congregations need so much care?
A pastor and a poet talk about God
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