Hair like wool

Both Daniel and Revelation compare God’s hair to wool. White enslavers used to say the same thing about hair like mine.

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What does it mean to be an inclusive church?

Being a community means welcoming those with diverse views, not cocooning oneself with like-minded people.

Puerto Rico as both object and subject of mission

José David Rodríguez provides a decolonial history of Lutheranism in the world’s oldest colony.

Hair like wool

Both Daniel and Revelation compare God’s hair to wool. White enslavers used to say the same thing about hair like mine.

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Babes revives the adult comedy

It recalls the raunchy movies of the early 2000s—even as it offers a fresh vision of what it means to grow up.

Our very human pastors (2 Corinthians 6:1-13)

Paul comes to the Corinthians as he is and ministers among them from God’s grace dwelling in his distinct and dented life.

What does it mean to be an inclusive church?

Being a community means welcoming those with diverse views, not cocooning oneself with like-minded people.

Politics

What happened to US politics?

John Ganz explores the gritty political and cultural trends that erupted in the early 1990s and set the stage for the present.

What is the rainbow in Genesis a reminder of?

This year during Pride month, God seems to have a lot of rainbow defenders online. But they aren’t getting the Bible story quite right.

What does ‘Christian nationalism’ even mean?

Could it really be all the different things people say it is?

Facing a world on fire

The contemplative life is about getting closer to reality, not retreating from it.