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“God” is Dead, and We Killed Him: Remembering that God is LOVE.

I’m a Christian, but it’s scary when I hear people I disagree with say that they are God’s servants. Why? Because I know what thousands of others before them have meant when they said it: that they would work to … Continue reading

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Casting Out Our Pride

Confrontation and Confession in Charlottesville The events in Charlottesville this weekend remind me how dangerous it can be to be proud of your identity. In the midst of that ultimately violent confrontation, I was proud to see Presbyterian clergy among … Continue reading

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Unbound 2016 Highlights: 8 Awards From the Associated Church Press

As we announce these awards given by the Associated Church Press (ACP), we start with thanks to all contributors of articles to Unbound! We do not know all the principles used by ACP to select individual articles, but we treasure … Continue reading

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The Message to the Margins: An Election Lamentation and Call to Action

This article was originally published on November 9, 2016 on Denise’s blog, ‘SOULa Scriptura” at The United States of America has elected Donald Trump its next president. It’s sinking in as I type that. We (the royal “we”) elected Donald … Continue reading

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