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The SBC is Failing the Racism Test

In a delightfully caustic piece, Mark Silk, a Professor of Religion and Public Life at Trinity College, explores the deep failing of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) in 2020 when it comes to issues of …

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The Bad Religion of 2020

2020 has been a disaster in many ways. Religion in 2020 has been an unmitigated disaster. Religion News opinion writer Jacob Lupfer explores the myriad ways in which Bad Religion has prospered in 2020. Both …

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The Church and the Sin of Sodom

Is the Church and America in general guilty of the sin of Sodom? Wow! What a provocative question. Given the political culture in the USA right now, the mind automatically goes to issues like same-sex …

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Tournament of Artists 2020:9

Faith on View readers get to vote for their favorite artists. Enjoy! You can see the records for the entire tournament HERE.  The winners of Round 2020:8 were James Abbott McNeill Whistler, Èdouard Manet, Matthias Grünewald, Maya Lin, James …

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Why Everyone’s Gifts Matter

The Christmas classic The Little Drummer Boy, while a catchy tune, doesn’t have its origins in the biblical narrative, but in the mind of composer Katherine Kennicott Davis, who penned the song in 1941. And …

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A 2020 Christmas Reflection

I had planned to reshare past Christmas ruminations this week only to realize that there have been very few of those on Faith on View. It surprised me to see that our only Christmas ruminations were two …

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The Business of Destabilizing

This essay is a hypothesis: If you are worried that Trump is trying to derail democracy, you are right, but not in the way you think. Why is he doing what he’s doing? He most …

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Tournament of Artists 2020:8

Faith on View readers get to vote for their favorite artists. Enjoy! You can see the records for the entire tournament HERE.  The winners of Round 2020:7 were Théodore Rousseau, Donatello, Giorgio de Chirico, Carl Andre, Andy Goldsworthy, Caspar …

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