Tag Archives: church

on “what might have been”

Is the Church special? Should it be? If so, what would lead to it being special, and how might that affect the way people, whether inside or outside the Church, address it? Brandon McGinley has some interesting reflections on the … Continue reading

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on worship, singing, and the gathered church

It’s not a particularly new concern, but I think the current state of singing in churches is something that needs attention. My own context is a relatively independent evangelical Protestant church with little history or tradition beyond the past 10-15 years, … Continue reading

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on advice to the Church

This writer put his finger on a problem I think is behind the nagging feeling I’ve been getting lately with each iteration of “advice to the church” couched as “what you need to know about why the young/men/women/singles/parents (etc.) are … Continue reading

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positivity

from Cardinal Dolan. Love and truth are distinguishable, but not properly separable.

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