June 10, 2019
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Wendy Gierhart discusses the necessity of deep, careful study of scripture: “At the moment I was a bit taken back. This shut down the conversation. It was before my days in seminary and honestly, I wasn’t equipped with a good answer. Is the Bible meant to be simple for all to understand? I believe whole-heartedly […]

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June 3, 2019
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Andy Cassler coins the term ‘pro-choice fragility’: “Once the scientific objections have been exhausted, abortion advocates turn to moral, legal, philosophical, or even theological objections related to a woman’s bodily autonomy, the fairness of increasing the number of children waiting to be adopted, the potential for a poor quality of life, the potential trauma of […]

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May 27, 2019
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Fleming Rutledge takes up her courage and faces the thorny issue of abortion: “I have been ruminating about abortion for many decades, but I don’t think that I have ever written anything about it until now. Since the election of Supreme Justice Brett Kavanaugh, however, the atmosphere has begun to change dramatically in a way […]

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May 20, 2019
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Kelly Rosati encourages Christians to look more holistically at the abortion debate: “Szala shared her story with the Times in response to the current debate within the Democratic Party over whether a candidate can support income equality without also supporting abortion rights. The argument, according to the Times, is that ‘women on the margins need […]

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May 13, 2019
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Sheila Wise Rowe describes visiting to an out of the way church in this older but very relevant piece on racial reconciliation: “I was not looking for validation, but two amazing things happened as a result of my vulnerability and transparency in that prayer session. I had to confront and discard lies I believed about […]

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May 7, 2019
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Ruth Graham reports in the early hours after the death of Rachel Held Evans: "Evans announced in 2014 that she was leaving evangelicalism, exhausted by “wearing out my voice in calling for an end to evangelicalism’s culture wars.” She began attending an Episcopal church. But she remained widely read within evangelical circles and among Christians […]

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April 30, 2019
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David French points out the devastating hypocrisy of evangelicals over the sexual proclivities of public politicians and pleads for sane repentance: “The proper Evangelical position toward any president is not hard to articulate, though it is exceedingly difficult to hold to, especially in polarized times when one party seems set on limiting religious liberty and […]

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April 22, 2019
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Esau McCaulley, Pelican Project advisory council member, tells the story of his conversion on Maundy Thursday: “What do we offer to the world that not one else has? When you strip everything away what remains? We have what was left after the altar was stripped. We have the word made flesh and come among us […]

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April 15, 2019
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Dawn Scott Damon discovers a door to grief: “The reality is, the grieving process requires risk—the risk of feeling violated, afraid, vulnerable, or any other emotion that may feel uncomfortable or unfamiliar. We might have to numb out to escape those scary, unwanted feelings and that’s counter-productive to grieving and healing. The beauty of grieving […]

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