Like the sludge on a car in the winter, most of our messes accumulate gradually.
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Peter W. Marty reflects on signs of grace and explores Christian witness
Arthur Brooks gave the room an important assignment. President Trump turned it down.
What we can learn from the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector
One of the greatest mysteries of faith is that God loves us as is.
The abundance of giving
The Bible gives no sense that the family is an end in itself.
Marilynne Robinson calls it “a form of reverence.”
What if all were extended the gift of a second chance?
Sometimes faith is like encountering a grizzly bear.
Margaret Chase Smith and Abraham Lincoln modeled a better way.
Langdon Gilkey’s account of his imprisonment during WWII is a study in how humans act under pressure.
I went to a haunted house. I did not enjoy it.
There's no perfect way to atone, but humility is a good start.
We read, forget, and are formed anyway.
3 reasons the warfare metaphor is problematic