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WJI — Day 3: Pulliams and Profiles

Dear Reader,

Today we were graced by the presence (no sarcasm) of Russell Pulliam — associate editor of the Indianapolis Star and director of the competitive, nationwide Pulliam Fellowship program. 211 more words


Time to send in the women

Paraphrased, Charles H Spurgeon said “Don’t you care that sinners are lost? If you do, you will forget your discomfort and go into the fire to save others.” I was reminded of this with the study “Christianity in U.S. 498 more words

Perry Stein, Sarah Pulliam Bailey join Washington Post Metro staff

Perry Stein and Sarah Pulliam Bailey are both joining the Washington Post.

Stein, who most recently was a staff writer and blogger from Washington City Paper, joins as a local blogger. 93 more words


The Crucification of Bell

In amongst the cat photos, baby photos and Christmas memes, my social media feed has contained a number of articles about Rob Bell over the past couple of weeks. 2,046 more words


Sarah Pulliam Bailey - Evangelicals and Catholics Together marks 20 years

Pope Francis and Justin Welby

When evangelicals and Catholics set aside centuries of mutual suspicion 20 years ago, the idea was fairly simple: Even if we can’t always work together, at least let’s not work against each other. 281 more words


Richard Stearns in Interview with Religion News Service on World Vision Announcement: 'We Certainly Made a Bad Decision'

In an attempt to create unity, World Vision managed to create a hornet’s nest around the issue of same-sex marriage. Its president Rich Stearns openly acknowledges the mistakes the relief organization made while flip-flopping on the issue. 481 more words


Conservative Protestants, Divorce, and Culture: Durkheim would be proud

Sociologists made the news this week. Mostly we just do our research and our teaching, wondering if anybody notices. Then word comes out that a study will appear in this month’s American Journal of Sociology that raises questions about the connections between religious affiliation and divorce. 1,176 more words

Just Plain Sociology