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Interfaith Leadership Conference

Today I’m at Northwestern University to speak at the “Leadership for a Religiously Diverse World” conference hosted by the Interfaith

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The Wrong Boogeymen

Two weeks ago the American Religious Identification Survey [ARIS] released its findings and announced that “secular” Americans now account for

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Pro-Life but Anti-Health Care?

Okay, I’m taking the bait and entering into the traitorous waters of the health care reform debate. To be upfront,

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Deadly Viper, Hidden Racism? (Updated)

In my role as the managing editor of Leadership Journal, I get dozens of free books from publishers nearly every

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Quiverfull Movement

In my last post I discussed the belief that singleness is leading to a decline in church attendance. Traditional marriage

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Doubting God’s Goodness

Julia Duin has written a really insightful piece in The Washington Times about the religious questions being asked by this

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What Did You Say?

On Goldman Sach’s religious justification of enormous profit: “We’re very important. We help companies to grow by helping them raise

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Precious Commodities

While we’re talking about having children, here’s an illuminating excerpt from Rodney Clapp about the way consumerism impacts our society’s

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Church…Virtually

In recent months Out of Ur has posted a number of really interesting articles on the “virtual church” phenomenon. The

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