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The Beautiful, Terrible Cross
Perhaps I should be able to stomach the crucifixion because I know that evil loses. Love wins. Jesus wins. And because Jesus wins, I win. Death loses and is forever conquered for those who put their... Read more
by Brenda Renee Coats | Felix Culpa
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Whatever Is Going on at Willow Creek (?)
Is not good. According to the story at Christianity Today, reports have surfaced that Bill Hybels has acted inappropriately with women: Nancy Beach, a former teaching pastor, told the Tribune that... Read more
by D. G. Hart | Putting the Protest in Protestant
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Prepared for Burial
The Passion Narrative is  about Jesus’ arrest, trial, and death; it’s about the Son of Man being “delivered up.” But there’s a lot more going on. The story is actually woven of several distinct... Read more
by Peter Leithart | Leithart
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White Conservatives and Christianophobic Progressives
Both see their opponents as having unfair power. Read more
by George Yancey | Shattering Paradigms
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Have Christians Lost their Moral Voice?
This question has been asked more times than I care to count since the days of Donald Trump, but I don’t believe Christians have lost their moral voice. In many ways they are losing it, but not as a... Read more
by Grayson Gilbert | The Chorus In The Chaos
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Excruciating: The Ironies of Holy Week
We had our Tenebrae service on Tuesday, here in Australia, and the Scripture readings struck me with their irony.  It's excruciating, I thought, using an adjective often used to describe irony in... Read more
by Gene Veith | Cranach
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