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As a podcast host, a polyglot and ex-pastor, I'm here to share my perspective, and also here to hear yours. When we bring a diversity of brains around the table and deeply listen, we can do outstanding things together that make the world better.
By Beth Felker Jones
Theology is more like poetry than geometry. Theology is "vile for the sake of the gospel" (so says my friend, John Wesley). Aspiring to a vile poetics.
The Beaty Beat
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News and analysis about the power and pitfalls of the American church + the occasional rant, recommendation, and bit of lady wisdom
In Polite Company
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Reasoned conversation about topics other people avoid in polite company.
The Pietist Schoolman
By Chris Gehrz
Exploring Christianity, history, and education — and how they intersect
Du Mez CONNECTIONS
Understanding the connections between religion, gender, & politics, and trying to save our democracy in the process.
Medievalish with Grace Hamman
Meditations on literature, history, beauty, and faith
The Scandal of Reading: Uncovering Holy Wisdom
By Jessica Hooten Wilson
Excited to share what I'm reading, how to remind the church of our holy vocation, and why education needs to emphasize the liberating arts!
Word from the Bird
By Mike Bird with Word
A newsletter about Christian faith, biblical scholarship, and contemporary issues.
By Scot McKnight
Tov unleashed: pursuing goodness (tov) in church and life.
Footnotes by Jemar Tisby
Perspectives on race, faith, justice, and history
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