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A map of Seagrove, N.C., shows that it is a thriving community whose potters are bound together by traditioned innovation, the desire to work together and a love of their craft. Do our institutions need maps that show the relationships, ideas and priorities that define us?
The theologian and bishop has written a novel he calls an “affectionate but truthful” rendering of the mundane and the majestic in church life.
Recent studies confirm that Protestant values are no longer embedded in the culture, says the president of Fuller Theological Seminary. And that has profound implications for how we understand the church and its ministries.
As a brutal campaign season comes to an end, it’s important to recommit ourselves to do justice and to love kindness -- and perhaps to remember the good that government can do.