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One Eye Squinted

Truth, justice and the torturing of tolerance

By Karen Swallow Prior — November 3, 2021
(RNS) — Too many in the church have tolerated too much for too long.
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With this much rot, there’s no choice but to deconstruct

By Karen Swallow Prior — August 4, 2021
(RNS) — Church leaders, I’m talking to you.

Don’t believe in systemic racism? Let’s talk about the sexual revolution.

By Karen Swallow Prior — July 12, 2021
(RNS) — One need not embrace critical race theory to recognize that systemic racism exists.

The social-media-examined life is not the one that sustains us

By Karen Swallow Prior — June 10, 2021
(RNS) — The public life is not what feeds the desires of the heart.

The evangelical sexual abuse crisis is the spiritual warfare of our time

By Karen Swallow Prior — May 4, 2021
(RNS) — My accident taught me what happens to victims of abuse and how trauma works.

Shame, grace and #STOPtheSTEAL

By Karen Swallow Prior — March 3, 2021
(RNS) — How we read the world depends on the kinds of stories we traffic in.

Still Baptist. Still evangelical.

By Karen Swallow Prior — February 9, 2021
(RNS) — My childhood church has come to mind a lot lately, perhaps because these days in church life have so dismayed and disoriented me.

‘AKA Jane Roe’ and the humiliation of the pro-life movement

By Karen Swallow Prior — May 26, 2020
(RNS) — The FX documentary about the Roe v. Wade case is another humiliation of pro-lifers in the media. But humility is what it takes to be truly in favor of the protection of the unborn child.

Six books to get you through a coronavirus shutdown

By Karen Swallow Prior — March 13, 2020
(RNS) — These classic and contemporary novels might offer helpful perspective on the state we find ourselves in — and are also terrific reads.

Why listening matters. Even if you think the other side is wrong.

By Karen Swallow Prior — July 9, 2019
(RNS) — Within an increasingly secular culture, the task for Christians is becoming, more and more, discerning not only how to engage the culture outside the church, but engaging each other within.
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