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  1. Linn says:

    Comparing Tavner Smith with truly great men like Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Ron Sider is almost a ludicrous suggestion, but such is the church of today. It is hard to find any “great” leaders today. There must be a few out there, but I’m not finding them.

  2. Linn says:

    Well, I just found that other great person-Marianne Abel-Lipschutz, the call-in COVID chaplain.

    Thanks for the wide and informative list of articles!

  3. bob1 says:

    Graham…yuck. Partisan loser.

  4. Michael says:


    Thanks…it’s harder and harder to find stuff…

  5. Muff Potter says:

    After reading about Bonhoeffer, I can only sigh with incredulity when I read about far-right fundagelicals here in America who claim they’re being ‘persecuted’ for their faith.

  6. Steve says:

    Muff, I’m completely fascinated by Bonhoeffer. I highly recommend him more than any one else in our current post modern and highly divisive political environment. He is a prophet for our age. His books ‘cost of discipleship’ and ‘life together’ should be standard reading and in every Christians library. Christians aren’t being persecuted in America yet but they certainly are being indoctrinated more and more in many of our institutions. This is extremely concerning.

  7. Officerhoppy says:

    Still don’t know how Song of Solomon made into scripture! I’ve. Glanced thru it, didn’t get it—heard it was an allegory of Christ’s love for the church—but didn’t really buy it. It’s one of the books in the Bible I’ve avoided.

  8. Duane Arnold says:

    Ron Sider was a friend from my younger years… I mourn his death…

  9. bob1 says:

    I had the privilege of working with Ron on a magazine about evangelical social ethics. He indeed was the real deal.

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