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Michael Arnold

282 days ago

So, it's not a matter of making any new arguments so much as it is just saying as proudly, without apology: it's okay to want babies and want to raise them yourself, and to want society to make that goal achievable for the average American.

Five Questions With Family Studies: Helen Andrews Talks Boomers

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Michael Arnold

282 days ago

Amazon’s union vote could be a harbinger for the future of work

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Michael Arnold

297 days ago

Weekly Columns

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Michael Arnold

297 days ago

The problem is work

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Michael Arnold

344 days ago

Discerning the Difference Between Christian Nationalism and Christian Patriotism

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Michael Arnold

362 days ago

The Holey Scriptures: Why Bible Reading Leaves You Empty

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Michael Arnold

367 days ago

Nationalistic Violence: Not in the Name of Jesus

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Michael Arnold

368 days ago

“Impeach Trump,” they cried. “Impeach him!” “Why, what evil has he done?”

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Michael Arnold

370 days ago

Truth over power: It is past time for the church to speak plainly about the election

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Michael Arnold

370 days ago

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Michael Arnold

370 days ago

Spiritually Reflecting on an Insurrection — Thomas McKenzie

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Michael Arnold

372 days ago

Parler isn’t safe (parlez-vous danger?) – Frank M Taylor

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Michael Arnold

372 days ago

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Michael Arnold

390 days ago

Great response.

Should Anglicans Allow Space for Dual-Practice Baptism? A Response to Andrew Messmer

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Michael Arnold

416 days ago

Churches Step In Where Politicians Will Not

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Michael Arnold

446 days ago

Don’t vote Trump for religious liberty

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Michael Arnold

446 days ago

Karen Swallow Prior: Voting for Neither

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Michael Arnold

449 days ago

The theology at work here is super interesting. I had no idea.

There’s a theology driving Sean Feucht’s worship music protests — and it’s a popular one

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Michael Arnold

450 days ago

Infant Baptism: Why do Anglicans Baptize Babies?

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Michael Arnold

455 days ago

Churches and Christian leaders who are concerned with racism, police brutality, affordable healthcare, protecting refugees, acting on poverty, ending sex trafficking, urging sustainable environmental policy, ensuring LGBTI people have the right to work, as well as defending the unborn, promoting end-of-life care as an alternative to euthanasia, safeguarding religious freedom, opposing the gambling and pornographic industries, they are not whoring or compromised. They are simply doing what Christians have been doing for 2000 years which is loving their neighbour, remembering the poor, being the Good Samaritan, imitating Jesus, hating evil, loving good, and establishing justice in the gate of the city.

The Fundamentalist War on Wokeness is a War on Christian Love (Updated)

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Michael Arnold

471 days ago

Justin Giboney’s Both/AND Politics

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Michael Arnold

472 days ago

How Faith Shapes My Politics

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Michael Arnold

472 days ago

Interesting. Would love to see a take on this from the perspective of the English established church perspective.

We’re All Marsilians Now

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