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Katherine Stewart wrote an opinion piece about the recently opened Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., saying that it is the focal point for many Christian Nationalists, hosting an “intensely politicized religion.”
Here are fifty can’t-fail ways to bring in all those millennials who are just itching to come to your parish!
Seamus Carey, president of Transylvania University, reflects on what happens when a mission-driven organization forgets about mission.
Bronwen Speedie, of God’s Design (Perth), ministry based in Perth, Western Australia, is an evangelical who strongly disagrees with the recent statements by the Most. Rev. Glenn Davies, Archbishop of Sydney.
Sarah Condon, writing in Mockingbird, writes to Gloria Steinem and Madeline Albright, asking them to “stop trash-talking young women,” and describes how she was mentored in her faith and as a feminist by a woman priest of their generation.
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