October 24, 2017

Celebrating the Reformation

The October 2017 issue of Word&Way features a package on "500th Anniversary of the Reformation." The issue also includes a number of other articles and columns. Here are the pieces I wrote for the issue:

* My editorial, Broken Tooth for Broken Tooth, on thinking about revenge and forgiveness.
* An article, New Judge Introduced to Lawyers, Arguments in MBC Case [not online], on ongoing Missouri Baptist litigation.
* An article, MBC to Vote on Governing Changes [not online], on possible governance changes for the Missouri Baptist Convention.
* Q&A Interview [not online] with John Bailey, CEO of Windermere Baptist Conference Center.
* An article, Musicians, Speakers Help Gathering Reach Adults [not online], on recent event at Windermere Baptist Conference Center.

Other pieces in the issue include:

* Two articles on the the Reformation by Carrie Brown McWhorter: Considering the Reformation for Today; Reflecting on the Reformation [not online].
* A column by Frank Fain: Aging Attitude.
* A column by Christopher Dixon: Halloween [not online].
* A column by Terrell Carter: Monuments Worth Defending [not online].
* A column by Ken Satterfield: Helping & Spring Cleaning Make Lousy Combination.
* A column by Wade Paris: Are Baptists Protestants?
* A column by Doyle Sager: The Limits of Luther.
* And much more that can only be found in the print edition.

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