The Fragmentation of Evangelicalism

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Editors’ Note: This article is part of the Patheos Public Square on the Future of Evangelicalism in America. Read other perspectives here. By John Hawthorne In their seminal 2010 book, American Grace, Robert Putnam and David Campbell describe the story of American religion since the 1950s as an earthquake with two aftershocks. The earthquake, they suggest, was the sexual revolution [Read More...]


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Facing Facts About the Future of the Church in America

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Editors’ Note: This article is part of the Patheos Public Square on the Future of Evangelicalism in America. Read other perspectives here. By Neil Carlson If the church is to survive and thrive in the United States, we have got to face facts. “Facing facts” here does not involve a gloomy recap of survey data showing increasing rates of religious [Read More...]


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Leadership and the discipline of silence

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In this speedy world of words, leaders must learn how — and when — to use them, writes a Duke Divinity School New Testament scholar. This post was first published in Faith and Leadership.   We are awash in words. Never before in the history of the human race have so many words been so [Read More...]


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Give me something better

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This post is reprinted from Marion Be The Change, a community development and advocacy organization in Marion, IN “aimed at giving those living in poverty a voice, while seeking tangible solutions to improve their lives.”  The organization focuses on talking seriously with those in poverty to hear their own stories and suggestions. Check out some [Read More...]


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Do clothes really make the man (or woman?) Reflections on professional attire

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By Stephen Milliken Dress to impress, right? Whether in corporate culture or student affairs, the adage is about as ubiquitous as a collared shirt. While it is certainly prudent to understand the social implications and subtexts of what we wear, I suspect that there is a subtle psychological difference between dressing appropriately and dressing to [Read More...]

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From patriarch to peasant: how I ended up as a machinist and not a minister

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Here’s another post in an occasional series about blue-collar work and meaning that we’re running here on MISSION:WORK. Read the other posts here: “Does blue-collar work have any meaning?” , “Which is a higher calling: building churches or building fences?”, “The craftsman and her environment,”  “The faith and work conversation we’re NOT having,” “Voices from [Read More...]


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