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As I grow older, I'm increasingly scared of heights. But there I was with my four-year-old in front of a three-story water slide.
New today from the Century: David Heim on the "gospel in seven words" project, Lee Hull Moses on not being afraid, more.
New today from the Century: Brueggemann on Susan Jacoby, the conversation Akin provoked, more.
New today from the Century: The Episcopal same-sex rite, vocation vs. job, more.
Frederick Buechner defines “vocation” as the place where one’s “greatest passion meets the world’s greatest need.” I first heard this when Buechner gave a chapel sermon at the Christian liberal arts college I attended.
New today from the Century: Farm bill blues, the "anonymous" Bible, more.
New today from the Century: Brian Doyle makes his confession, Steve Pankey takes tough questions after worship, more.
When Mitt Romney and other critics of the Affordable Care Act say that Americans don’t need or want a “one-size fits all” health-care system, they make a specious complaint.
New today from the Century: Tom Perrotta's Rapture novel, how to create jobs, more.
New today from the Century: Sister Nora Nash's shareholder activism, David Barton's truthiness, more.
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