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New Survey Gauges Churchgoers’ Perceptions of Sexual Misconduct

The Story: A new survey explores the perceptions and experiences of sexual misconduct among Protestant churchgoers. The Background: Lifeway Research recently released the results of a national survey of Protestants on their perception of sexual misconduct. Respondents were screened to include only adults whose religious preference is Protestant and who attend services once a month or more. The survey asked a variety of questions to gauge what sort of experience those who attend Protestant churches have with sexual abuse, harassment, safety, and accountability within…
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Heresy Often Begins with Boredom

Where does bad theology begin to go bad? Are there common origin points for heresies? In his book Bad Religion, Ross Douthat makes the compelling case that heresies often begin with attempts to neatly resolve the inherent paradoxes of the Christian faith, opting for either/or where orthodoxy is able to hold the both/and in tension:

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Why Christians Need More Paradox

For the Christian, paradox is the stuff of sanity.