Lillian Daniel is a pastor, a speaker, and the author of Tired of Apologizing for a Church I Don’t Belong To: Spirituality Without Stereotypes, Religion Without Ranting (Hachette).
How the New Working Class Will Transform America
Today's laborers are more likely cleaning toilets than mining coal. But there's still a need to organize.
Willimon’s novel about the church
"Fiction wasn't that big a leap for me," says Will Willimon. "We preachers are all 'artists' in the same sense that the gospel writers were."
Both Helen Simonson and Courtney Sullivan write tales of generational misunderstanding in which the elder's voice has the last, not very pretty word.
Rescuing the Gospelfrom the Gays-vs.-Christians Debate
Justin Lee's book is more than charitable to his Southern Baptist origins. But his heart-wrenching stories speak for themselves.
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