An insight I gleaned from Ernest Hemingway rings true for the mainline church today.
Life of Faith
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Small deceptions work like a narcotic, making us feel nicely respectable. Especially in church.
Today's laborers are more likely cleaning toilets than mining coal. But there's still a need to organize.
Life's later decades present distinctive virtues—and vices.
White flight, preachers and social media, and the tricky relationship between church and world.
Pope Francis's theology of mercy has political implications.
Matt talks with Cornelius Plantinga Jr., the former president of Calvin Theological Seminary, about miracles, the collapse of the sacred/secular distinction when “every square inch of creation belongs to Jesus Christ,” and why preachers should read more fiction.
Instead of glorifying the past, what if we treated the present as precious?
People read J. K. Rowling’s books as if they were scripture. What if they were?