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Social media is awash with reactions to Beth Moore’s decision to no longer affiliate with the Southern Baptist Convention. United Methodists will soon face a decision about whether to join the traditionalist Global Methodist Church. We are in an especially fluid and rancorous moment regarding denominational affiliations. So when do you know it’s time to […]
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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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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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“Judgmental” is a negative descriptor today, even though our culture holds some values so deeply that it “cancels” anyone who disregards them. And while cancel culture can bring great harm, it’s existence points to the fact that not all judgment is bad. Jasmine Holmes says, “Even in our culture that is not a largely Christian […]
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Pollution is the largest environmental cause of disease and premature death in the world. For example, according to a recent study in the journal Environmental Research, 10.3 million premature deaths annually are attributable to outdoor air pollution. The number of estimated excess annual deaths due to lower respiratory infections in children (4 years and younger) because of […]

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