Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Changing Religious Landscape of America

Ah, the life of the church. So many arguments, so little time. The list of subjects about which the saints disagree is seemingly boundless, encompassing both the profound and the woefully mundane. The ordination of women. The proper role of … Continue reading

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The headlines tell a story of decline and despair. But cultural trendlines paint a picture of possibility.

This was the theme of the National Church Leadership Institute that I attended this past week on the Andover Newton Theological School campus. Over three hundred activist, self-described “just and generous” Christians gathered for four days to hear inspiring speakers, … Continue reading

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