How many times have you heard Christians say damning things about the people around them – and use Christian phrasing to do it?
Coming to a mutual understanding that there is merit on both sides should not be the end of the conversation.
We can keep living with the soreness caused by racism or we can stop it.
MLK Jr. said that the arch of the moral universe is long, but it nonetheless bends towards justice; which way are we helping it to bend?
Because it matters what we tell women about their worth in God’s place of worship.
Being a Christian isn’t about purging doubt from your belief system, but trusting that every experience and question is valid and can lead you to a truth that is real.
"Time to open the windows…" An essay on the events in Charleston.
There has got to be more to this whole "Christianity" thing than what today's church makes it look like.
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