The politics of a higher law
Throughout history, people loyal to a higher law have been responsible for much violence. Should we reject appeals to a higher law?
Gardening in a time of climate change
There is too much carbon in the atmosphere. What if one of the most compelling responses is to restore the carbon in the ground beneath our feet?
Fred Craddock in retirement
Craddock let the word out that he would be available at no charge for preaching and teaching. Only non-seminary graduates should attend.
Repentance and the cross
Before we can say that "earth to earth" is a good thing, we have to believe it's really going to happen—not just to others, but to us.
A senator’s theological education
Long before I sat in Senate hearing rooms listening to witness testimony, I sat in lecture halls at Yale listening to professors dissect Paul.
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