Walter Bruggemann

Being an unanxious presence in our troubling time is not timidity, or silence—nor is it rage and condemnation. It is thoughtfulness—what to say, when to speak; it is searching for and speaking to the greater good, writes the Rev. Bill Cotton. Read more

Ordained Ministry

Diana Butler Bass

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We're living through a chaotic time of ending/beginning, and we'll find hope for the journey if we heed today's "mystic-prophets," writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper. Read more


Mercury Dime

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Taking his cues from scholars Walter Bruggemann and Stanley Hauerwas, the Rev. Drew McIntyre contends that "literalist" and "progressive" interpretations of scripture are two sides of the same coin. Read more