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The Church is not the Church

I received this question on the Faith on View Facebook page a while back. I value your musings on this question because you have a diverse background and perspective which I feel enables you to …

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What Has Jesus to do with John Wayne?

Title: Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted A Faith and Fractured A Nation Author: Kristin Kobes Du Mez Publisher: Liveright Kristin Kobes Du Mez’s Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted A …

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Five Evangelical Christs

This essay is from our Anastasis Series where we resurrect articles from the past that are either still relevant today or can be easily updated. This piece, first published in May 2013 as a series …

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Unheralded Departures

  Beth Moore’s departure from the Southern Baptist Convention has captured a great deal of attention. Rightly so from one perspective. Moore built a devoted following over the course of forty years teaching the Bible …

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Exvangelical: Peeps just in time for Easter

In 1953, Russian immigrant Sam Born purchased the Rodda Candy Company and promptly replaced the handcrafted marshmallow chick line with the cold mechanization of mass production to make Peeps. What was once the work of …

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The year without Easter

Not a priest but a boy thumb dug deep in the bowl grinning as he reaches. “Remember,” he says, “You are dust.” Outside, the snow falls and robins puff against the cold. I remember, as …

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Exvangelical: Not a journey, but a day

Editor’s Note: The term exvangelical has come into vogue recently as more people deconstruct (another trending word) their faith. All the Faith on View authors come from evangelical movements either, Baptist or Pentecostal, and all …

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