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Preaching politics?

A story in the Santa Fe New Mexican explores the presence of politics in preaching through interviews with clergy in a range of (primarily liberal-leaning) denominations and faiths,

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Gay Clark Jennings delivers a forceful message

In an editorial in the Christian Century, the President of the House of Deputies warns fellow Christians of the danger in chasing after power and prestige and the pitfalls of complicity with the darker aspects of the Trump administration’s agenda

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#GC79 Update for July 9th

There was movement on the big issues of marriage equality and BCP revision, but other business continued apace as well. Our updates on today’s business in Austin

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