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Christianity as counterculture.

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Ignoring The Big Fish In The Room

Finishing the book of Jonah for insight into God’s love for humanity.

Ignoring The Big Fish In The Room
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The Ghost of Jehovah

What does it do to Christian thought when even Jesus is considered "problematic?"

The Ghost of Jehovah
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🎵 Matthew 7:7

This week's Friday Night Video is a bit of a departure from other recent entries in the series. There's no electroclash or spunky cover reworkings. It's a new track from Welcome Wagon. Welcome Wagon are label mates of Sufjan Stevens and purveyors of a similar religiously-tinged folky aesthetic. With lyrics

🎵 Matthew 7:7
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Institutions Absorb Anxiety

Thinking about the role institutions play in buffering against uncertainty.

Institutions Absorb Anxiety
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Sch-Sch-Sch-Schism

Experiencing a Christianity that doesn't crack at every fault line.

Sch-Sch-Sch-Schism
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To The Holy

Worship in the ancient way.

To The Holy
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You Will Know A Tree

How should believers from a church carry out their lives in society?

You Will Know A Tree
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Why, As A Christian, I Can Sympathize With Some Prayer Shaming

In the wake of any gun-related tragedy in the US, political actors offer insincere thoughts and prayers in order to avoid taking real action.

Why, As A Christian, I Can Sympathize With Some Prayer Shaming
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Orthodox Christianity, The Far Right and the Green-Eyed Christ

A new book traces a trickle of far-right Christians moving to the Orthodox Russian church seemingly to chase authoritarianism but is there more to the story?

Orthodox Christianity, The Far Right and the Green-Eyed Christ
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Smashing Political Binaries

Elizabeth Bruenig is a journalist who doesn’t conform to expectations. Some people have a problem with that.

Smashing Political Binaries