Music and identity at four congregations
Some post-worship-war churches revel in musical eclecticism. Others have a singular approach and sound, rendering the terms traditional and contemporary irrelevant.
Why the protesters are angry
The protesters sleeping in the cold do not claim that 99 percent of Americans agree with them. Their point is that the top 1 percent plays by different rules.
A Christian critique
The emphasis on patients' rights and autonomy has been a weak remedy for medicalized death.
Our fall books issue's reviews include Walter Brueggemann on Peter Ochs, Robert Bellah on Parker Palmer, Shirley Showalter on Leymah Gbowee and others.
Our fall books issue includes the
following annotated lists of top new titles: New Testament, practical theology and world Christianity/American religion.
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