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Have Your Cake After All

They would have said, without guile, that they both said they were going to the vineyard, and then that they did in fact go into the vineyard. They would have believed this with all the moral complacency of Greta Thunberg or even Franklin Graham. I believe in the thing I’m doing, and I am doing the thing that I believe.

#20: But He Actually Became a Person: The Problem with a “Personified” Jesus

Anne, Liza, and Ralinda discuss a transgender Icelandic Jesus, the downside of the Jesus Storybook Bible, and a few more thoughts on “Cuties.”

A New Creed For An Unbelieving Age

Of course, we all know what is meant by “love is love.” It means that a person’s feelings are so valuable and precious that all of reality—including biology itself, the movement of the stars and sun, the law, everything—has to bend toward that person’s inclinations and desires at every moment.

Be Careful What You Ask For

If you’re out in the street—or in the courtroom—crying for justice for yourself or for a group, you’re going to feel confused and angry whenever you eventually encounter the Bible.

#19: No Second Opinions: On the Sufficiency of Scripture

Matt, Jady, and Nick talk about the good news that the Bible is the only authority we need, the human urge to make new laws, and what it means that God’s Word once delivered is “enough.”

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At Such A Time As This

At Such A Time As This

The best way to be someone now is to have suffered deeply and tragically in any number of ways. Not suffering or being too materially comfortable is almost a liability.

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Can the Christian Use Critical Theory?

Can the Christian Use Critical Theory?

The debate within the ACNA is not over whether racism is a sin or whether it exists, but over how we recognize it, the extent to which it underlies our systems, who is implicated by it, and what the Gospel offers in response.

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In Which I Channel Rusty Reno*

In Which I Channel Rusty Reno*

I never thought I’d wake up one June and find that the blazing headlines of the moment would not be about Gay Pride month. That cyclical liturgy is now so much a part of the American experience that I have been shocked to see it unseated on the daily twitter scroll....

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