Is It “Goodbye Evangelicalism” or “We Join You In Your Suffering”?

Thabiti Anyabwile wrote a remarkable post about Ferguson and the failure of movement evangelicalism: When James Cone wrote A Black Theology of Liberation in the late 1960s, he was attempting to provide a theological framework for understanding and guiding the feelings and actions of African-American protestors. He wrote in the wake of a deadly riot in Detroit. [Read More...]

Catholics and Protestants Together?

This week at QIdeas, the question has been an interesting one: can Catholics and Protestants work together? The responses are interesting, including two videos and three articles that cover some of the challenges – and encouraging developments – across denominational barriers. Take a peek. [Read more...]

Why Millennials Long for Liturgy

An interesting take on the millennial generation’s burgeoning interest in liturgical workshop over at The American Conservative: Yet all three say the high church has presented them with a sense of community they would not have experienced otherwise. For Gingerich, the seasons of feasting and fasting taught him to suffer and celebrate with the church [Read More...]

“Listening to Young Atheists” – Excellent Piece in The Atlantic

My friend and colleague, Dr. Greg Jones, of Duke University and the Laity Lodge Leadership Initiative, recently pointed me to an insightful article in The Atlantic. “Listening to Young Atheists: Lessons for a Stronger Christianity” by Larry Alex Taunton reflects many conversations the author had with atheists in their mid-teens to early twenties. This is [Read More...]


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