#MeThree
Editorial

#MeThree

We don’t have to choose between a world in which men can violate without social consequence or one in which men are held accountable for their actions but misogyny is replaced by repression.

Hustling for Nothing
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Hustling for Nothing

It seems a lot of us are in Niequist’s boat, overtaxed and overcommitted, somehow convinced that our faithful witness and our pleasantness are inextricably intertwined, fearful of what would happen to our lives if we were to allow the other shoe to drop.

When struggle becomes story
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When struggle becomes story

If you do, dear reader, decide to pick up this book – a quick read, really – do so with a mind to the end. That is what Paul Kalanithi did, and perhaps this is the very thing that made his life’s story so incarnationally meaningful: knowing, as he did, that it would all be over soon (for his patients, for himself and ultimately, for all of us) he decided to embody all that he believed while there was still time to do it. And then he wrote about it, and now his words live on.

Ditch the tape measure
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Ditch the tape measure

“This book is decidedly not about the right answer or solution for the church on the theological topic of homosexuality . . .its posture seeks to be one of openness that is inquisitive, personal, relational, and dependent on the Spirit. This book is about generous spaciousness” (26).