JOY AND SORROW INTERMINGLED

Katy Hartman

I like to try and present a sophisticated, Christian point of view that challenges broader communities to consider a perspective they typically dismiss.

MAKING SENSE OF THE BIBLE

Review by Jeffrey A. Stivason

Everything that happens on the surface of this dappled planet, from the deepest joy to the most unspeakable tragedy, is a tangle of grief and celebration.

THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY DO

Greg Forster

The open persecution of explicitly anti-Christian tyrants, while harder to endure, is easier to understand than the more complex attacks on the church in America today.

HOW NOT TO ARGUE: THE PROBLEM OF ‘FOLK FALLACIES’

Joe Carter

Christians are required to argue (1 Peter 3:15), so we should learn to do it well.

BRING BACK THE HOLY KISS

Megan Hill

With touch in our culture so often either co-opted by sexualization or horrifically corrupted by abuse, the right expression of physical affection in the Christian church is difficult to figure out.

REFLECTIONS FROM AN OVERGROWN GARDEN

Rachael Starke

I want to harvest the fruit the conference bore in my own heart, and multiply it in the lives of my family and my church.

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How Not to Argue: The Problem of ‘Folk Fallacies’

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Balancing Administration and Teaching in Higher Ed

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