General Christian

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The mob that desecrated the Capitol building, ending with destruction and death on the 6th of January, did so because they believed Trump when he told them that the 2020 election was fraudulent. Incited by Trump’s words, they marched and stormed the Capitol. We witnessed the Trumpism movement at its worst.  Among those at the […]
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“What are you, exactly?” It’s a question I’ve been asked a lot. There’s nothing more alienating than being asked something that boxes you into sharing your personal identity and story because of someone’s preconceived assumption of you. But I had to laugh at Chandra Crane’s response to this question in her new book, Mixed Blessing: […]
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2020 may be over, but the pandemic is not over yet. With stay-at-home guidelines, isolation, and low-grade anxiety still surrounding almost every decision of daily life, I’m reminded that many people are still far from feeling “okay.” A church community can oftentimes be a place of support, mutual encouragement, and hope. One thing I’ve been […]
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                                               Luke 7:1-17                                              Mark 1:29-39                Columnist Connie Shultz said, “Maybe you, too have been stopped dead in your tracs by a sign that assures us there’s something bigger at work than […]

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In this post I am interviewing James P. Byrd, Professor of American Religious History, and Chair of the Graduate Department of Religion at Vanderbilt Divinity School. He is the author of books including “A Holy Baptism of Fire and Blood”: The Bible and the American Civil War (Oxford University Press, 2021). [TK] The Bible and the […]

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In this post I am interviewing James P. Byrd, Professor of American Religious History, and Chair of the Graduate Department of Religion at Vanderbilt Divinity School. He is the author of books including “A Holy Baptism of Fire and Blood”: The Bible and the American Civil War (Oxford University Press, 2021). [TK] The Bible and the […]
One of the new things at TGC’s upcoming 2021 National Conference—a hybrid conference unlike any other we’ve done—concerns rethinking breakout sessions. We’re debuting new technology that we’ve never seen in a conference before. It will allow online registrants to virtually drop in and out of breakout sessions as they are happening.  If you attend the […]

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