M. Craig Barnes is president of Princeton Theological Seminary and author of The Pastor as Minor Poet.
Everyone is ready to bow a knee at the mention of Bonhoeffer’s name. Precious few of us have even heard of Ralph Hamburger.
Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics
A Film by Ken Burns
To give & to receive
Sue Monk Kidd’s writing is as wonderful in The Invention of Wings as it was in the highly regarded The Secret Life of Bees, but this time she is using her literary skills to tell a story of freedom from slavery—freedom for both blacks and whites.
There is a black lab—a student's guide dog—lying on the floor during chapel. As I preach, I wonder what the dog is thinking.
It appears that my friend Steve Hayner doesn't have long to live. It is breathtaking to watch him prepare to die as he lived.
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