The Century invites readers to submit first-person narratives on the topics indulgence and silence.
Berger seemed to want a liberal Protestantism with theological substance. But defining that substance was not his vocation.
The Century invites readers to submit first-person narratives on the topics door and indulgence.
Essays by our readers reminded me of the call to forgive “70 times seven,” especially in relationships with people we can’t eject from our lives.
The Century invites readers to submit first-person narratives on the topics storm and door.
Before the protests of support for refugees at airports this weekend, people were already sharing their lives with their new neighbors.
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The Century invites readers to submit first-person narratives on the topics wilderness and storm.
My friend in Germany called the night after the election. He was upset.
In the latest issue of the Century, I profiled a family awaiting the Supreme Court’s ruling on President Obama’s expansion of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and its extension to DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents). On Thursday, the Supreme Court voted in a 4-4 tie, which means that the case reverts to the lower court ruling, against the program.
The first gathering of the Associated Church Press was held in St. Louis in 1916. Last week the ACP returned there to celebrate its 100th anniversary, gather a fine bunch of religion journalists, and hand out awards for work published in 2015. I accepted two first-place awards of behalf of the Century staff: best in class for national and international magazines and best in class for blogs.