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New today from the Century: Jen Bradbury on youth ministry and sticky faith, Jeffrey Johnson reviews Kent Haruf, more.
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New today from the Century: Sara Maitland and Debra Bendis on the discipline of silence, Mark Edwards on the WCC and "responsible freedom," more.
New today from the Century: Paul Jeffry on Sudan, John Kiess on Tsarnaev's burial, more.
The question of where to bury Tamerlan Tsarnaev was resolved last week thanks largely to the efforts of Martha Mullen, a United Methodist woman from Richmond, Virginia.
New today from the Century: The editors on the sequester cuts, Jason Byassee reviews Christopher Heuertz, more.
New today from the Century: John Buchanan on sharing space with a Jewish congregation, MaryAnn McKibben Dana on 42, more.
New today from the Century: David Hollinger reviews Elesha Coffman, Barbara Rossing blogs the lectionary, more.
New today from the Century: Philip Jenkins on The Gospel of Us, Steven Young reviews Anne Norton, more.
Parker Palmer writes of the divided life: having sensed that what’s within us is somehow unacceptable, we live contrary to it. In so doing we snuff our own inner light and suffocate our soul.
American life seems divided about Mother’s Day.
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