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IF FAITH IS THE ANSWER, WHAT ARE THE QUESTIONS?

At a critical time in my search for a credible faith, I came across the writings of Paul Tillich. I have never been the same since, because they gave me an answer to a question that I have never been … Continue reading

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PERSONAL FAITH AND RELIGIOUS FAITH: THE DIFFERENCE

Once, and only once, my father shared with me what he thought faith is. “It’s believing,” he said, “that there is a Supreme Being.” I never could draw him out further. Perhaps that was for the best. The little that … Continue reading

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IS MAINSTREAM PROTESTANTISM IN IRREVERSIBLE DECLINE?

Basically, the answer to this question is yes. The cluster of Protestant denominations which once professed to constitute the Christian mainstream in this country can no longer do so credibly. Less than 20% the U.S. population now belongs to them. … Continue reading

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