church and politics
Allen Hilton profiles churches that are uniting people across ideological differences.
11 pastors and theologians weigh in
When you embrace criticism instead of avoiding it, you get lots of chances to love your enemy.
Do we bring our preformed politics into church or does the church transform us into disciples who practice a Jesus kind of politics?
Virtue, says former senator John Danforth, is what's missing from the current political equation—and the church is a place where virtue can be taught and advocated.
When the church stops talking about Jesus, it has nothing to say.
Stanley Hauerwas’s book is about learning how to die and training how to be human. Broadly speaking, it is a book about time and purpose—or, better said, the purpose of time.