Essays by readers
In response to our request for essays on risk, we received many compelling reflections. Here is a selection.
Sin is real but not 'original'
Does it always happen that humans sin? Obviously not. But is there any chance that they will not sin?
Community health clinics and Obamacare
For decades, community health clinics existed on the margins of the health-care world. Now they're critical to the system.
Challenges of interfaith weddings
Interfaith couples can connect to their traditions and find commonality through symbols, such as a strand of rope that signifies unity and strength.
When worship is the main event
In a culture of personalized weddings, is a very liturgical ceremony simply the church nerd's niche? Or might it function as a corrective?
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