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When Dreams Reveal Our Deepest Hurts and Joys

By Merianna Harrelson | February 21, 2020

I dreamed I was at a denominational meeting, where male colleagues silenced and shamed me. When dreams reveal our deepest hurts and our deepest joys, perhaps these dreams are not dreams at all but visions of the divine.

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How Changes in Climate Have Driven Religious Revolutions

By Philip Jenkins | February 19, 2020
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Whether human-cause or naturally occurring, climate events have a unique connection to religion. Time and again, significant movements or transitions in religious history are linked to smaller or middling climate events.

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Despite Ouster, Baptist Church Stands for Jesus’ Love for All

By David Jordan | February 18, 2020
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First Baptist Church of Decatur, Georgia, was asked to leave the Atlanta Metro Baptist Association for ordaining a deacon who is gay. The association’s action diminishes, even dismisses, the depth, breadth and power of Jesus’ love.

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Why Our Divided America Needs an Interim President Now

By Starlette Thomas | February 18, 2020
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America’s citizens are divided. Some will vote for anyone but Trump. Others will vote for ‘the lesser of two evils.’ We need to talk about who we want to be as Americans. Until then, perhaps we need an interim president.

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Reaction and Response: Global CO2 Emissions Stable in 2019

By Staff | February 18, 2020
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Global carbon dioxide emissions remained stable in 2019 after two years of increases. While several faith leaders were cautiously optimistic, they acknowledged much work is still ahead to reign in carbon emissions.

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Presidents Day: Celebrating Leaders Who Served the People

By Colin Harris | February 17, 2020
George Washington and Abraham Lincoln

The words of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, two iconic leaders we honor on Presidents Day, reflect deeper qualities of character defining the presidency as a service to the people based on integrity, morality and reverence.

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