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Recent Posts



Evolving Faith Conference and the Montreat Moment

It is historically appropriate that Rachel Held Evans is hosting the Evolving Faith conference next week in Montreat, North Carolina. As someone who grew up in Dayton, Tennessee, she is aware that it is 1925 all over again. With the public relations nightmare of the 1925 Scope’s Trial behind them, neo-evangelicals broke with the fundamentalists and liberals to forge a new way forward. Graham, Ockenga, Carnell, Ramm, and Henry joined a coalition of thinking scholar activists to revive a culturally faltering faith tradition. This week a new generation of bloggers, writers, counselors, and spiritually wounded and frustrated activists are meeting in Billy Graham’s hometown to forge a new coaliti

God Friended Me: TV for the Spiritually Agnostic (CBS, Sunday, 8:30/7:30c)

It is nearly impossible to blog when one is on a book manuscript deadline. In my case, I’m past the deadline with three chapters left to write. The book is Vocation & the Common Good. Soon you will begin seeing blogs based on the research behind this book: the significance of the gig economy, why we should take trade schools seriously, how the medical and legal fields have lost their way, how making a difference in the world means taking work seriously and taking working with others seriously. I have longed for a TV drama that captures the New Copernican ethos—one that is searching, haunted, open-ended, and evocatively inclusive. Such a show would be highly unlikely from a writer oriented to

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