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Episode 120: Francine Kiefer on the Midterms
Francine Kiefer, the congressional correspondent for The Christian Science Monitor, is amazingly comforting when you're freaking out over our crazy political reality.
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In churches it's sometimes said that Jesus is the answer to every question. That has importantly different meanings at different places of one's journey of faith.
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Many people, moving out of a rigid church world, have ongoing problems seeing the Bible as helpful to them in their new experience of life. But are there other ways to see it?
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Seeing our lives from a mythic perspective turns out to be the risky road to experiencing joy
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Here are some ideas I'd guess you haven't thought of about what churches might be like.
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Here's what might be the most helpful perspective about finding peace (and God) in jarring times that you'll find.
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You have more going for you than you think.
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Church leaders are more likely to be "done with church" than casual attendees are. Here are some first explanations of why
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What if there are far greater opportunities for Christians in the larger culture than we've considered?
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If you ever feel on the margins of a church you attend, this episode is for you.
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It's surprisingly controversial.
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In a more innocent age, Will Rogers famously said that he never met a person he didn't like. Can that still be true? Should it be true?
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But mostly, at best, you only get one of them.
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Perhaps you haven't heard about atheist gatherings. But--if you're familiar with churches--you'll be surprised at the parallels.
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