Christians have a responsibility to determine the truth of social and political narratives in order to be faithful disciples of Jesus Christ, writes the Rev. Jim Burklo. Read more

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The raucous confirmation process of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has convinced the Rev. Morgan Guyton that people no longer fear God when it comes to telling the truth. Read more

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The "festering heresy" confronting The United Methodist Church isn't whether homosexual practice is sinful, but the threat to sever the essentials of the gospels – truth and love, writes retired Bishop Kenneth L. Carder. Read more

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Columnist Jeffrey Salkin writes that the "sin" that got Rev. Patrick J. Conroy fired as congressional chaplain was exercising the prophetic role of religion — speaking truth to power. Read more


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Offensive as it can be, sometimes we have to break conspiracies of silence to give the evils we encounter their right names, writes Cynthia B. Astle. Read more

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The false dichotomies we argue over United Methodism's future point to the underlying reality – we simply don't love one another, writes the Rev. Jason Valendy. Read more

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Comparing his own conservative evangelical upbringing with today's so-called "post-truth" era, the Rev. Morgan Guyton challenges believers to become obedient to truth rather than authority. Read more

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