It's not just disaffection with particular state churches. People's religious orientation itself is gone.
A church on my street fed food-insecure kids while schools were closed. The work of justice flowed outward from the table.
The bishop preached first and foremost to the royal couple themselves—about their marriage and the work and witness they have said they want to offer.
The birds fly without a designated leader. It takes them about 50 milliseconds to reach consensus.
The movement's plucky proponents have been known for their philosophy more than their preaching. Until now.
When Jesus names the need for deep social change, people think he's possessed.
Practices drawn from the Hebrew Bible are not new to the continent. Seeking full conversion to rabbinic Judaism is.
Divisions mark our society—and our churches. What could possibly bring us together?