In Search of a New Political Imagination for Today’s Church
A review of Kristopher Norris and Sam Speers
Do we bring our preformed politics into church or does the church transform us into disciples who practice a Jesus kind of politics?
In Texas, even pastors are carrying
At the barbershop, I heard about how many pastors in town are going through handgun training. I asked around—and was dismayed.
How Texas Became America’s Most Powerful Bible-Belt State
Other states have a history of violence, suspicion of government, and more Baptists than people. What makes Texas different? Robert Wuthnow says it’s oil.
Read this first
Nestled among corrupt church officials and worldly pilgrims is this small-church pastor who is always motivated by Christ-centered love.
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