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  • Pope Francis and a Catholic Springtime? But What About the Abuse Crisis and...

    Pope Francis Catholic Springtime? What About Abuse Crisis Women's Role Church?

    As I listen to Leonardo Boff predict a new springtime in the Catholic church due to Pope Francis (see here and here), I don't want to take my eyes off what has... Read more

    The 07 October 2013 by   William Lindsey
  • As a Gay Catholic I Continue to Ask, "Reform? What Reform?"

    Catholic Continue Ask, "Reform? What Reform?"

    And so reform, the reform of the Catholic church about which so many people are speaking as the pope's advisory council of eight cardinals prepares for its firs... Read more

    The 30 September 2013 by   William Lindsey
  • New Life in New England

    Life England

    Yesterday was Emmanuel Baptist Church’s second Open House Sunday! Guests were welcomed, the gospel was lovingly presented, and God worked in people’s hearts. Read more

    The 30 September 2013 by   Caryschmidt
  • Darwinian Dawkins

    Darwinian Dawkins

    Richard Dawkins seems like he’s probably a nice guy in person. You can tell quite a bit about somebody from their writing, and even when Dawkins is being... Read more

    The 26 September 2013 by   Steveawiggins
  • What Sin is and Isn't

    What Isn't

    When we hear the word "sin" we know that it involves something that is not good.- All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. - Bible, Romans 3:23- The... Read more

    The 26 September 2013 by   Albert Wagner
  • Sukkoth in a Community of Interfaith Families

    Sukkoth Community Interfaith Families

    The three great agricultural festivals in Judaism–Sukkoth, Passover, and Shavuot–tie us to our ancient origins, when we lived in intimate relation to nature. Read more

    The 24 September 2013 by   Susan Katz Miller
  • Responsibly Irresponsible

    Responsibly Irresponsible

    Licensed to preach?I come from a tradition where people are not ‘licensed’ to preach.  If somebody shows promise we train them, encourage them, and let them... Read more

    The 22 September 2013 by   Richardl
  • Our Lady of Culture

    Lady Culture

    So I’m in the land where sport and religion become one.  Notre Dame is an intimidating university for a small Protestant like myself.  Like on a first date,... Read more

    The 19 September 2013 by   Steveawiggins
  • Grace, Virtually

    Grace, Virtually

    Although Yom Kippur is now over, I have a confession to make. My wife just showed me eScapegoat, the website where you can confess your sins over the virtual... Read more

    The 17 September 2013 by   Steveawiggins
  • A Tale of Two Replicas

    Tale Replicas

    The recent renewed discussion of the Talpiot Tombs, brought about by Simcha Jacobovici's post featuring an interview with Professor Émile Puech of the École... Read more

    The 17 September 2013 by   Goodacre

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