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Read In Case Of Emergency
A weekly newsletter on ethics, policy & society
  • Remember the Future – Wesley Hill, Christianity Today – An advent meditation guided by the text of the Lord’s prayer. The war has been won, but there are many battles yet to be fought and we do not yet seen the full light of the coming day.
  • The Moral Universe of Timothy Keller – Peter Wehner, The Atlantic – Tim Keller remains one of the best communicators of the elder generation of evangelicals, as in this interview he winsomely reminds us that faith is not by any means the sole domain of the professedly religious. Speaking of elders, if you’re a Presbyterian, hopefully yours won’t kick you out of your local kirk just for not having known that Keller pastored a small church in rural Virginia for 9 years. 

  • Church Unearthed in Ethiopia Rewrites the History of Christianity in Africa – Andrew Lawler, – A new oldest Christian church in sub-Saharan Africa has been discovered, and there’s a fair amount of history in this short article that I have no recollection of ever having run across before. Our lineage of Western Christianity easily obscures the reality of God’s global kingdom.

  • Peanut King... a giant of Baltimore’s drug trade returns to face his city’s ruins – Tim Prudente, The Baltimore Sun – Following our long tradition of being faithful to the places we know and live in, we present a recent story about Baltimore that is also as old as time.

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