Worship in the Facebook age

The Huffington Post carried an excellent article by Philip Gulley, a Quaker Pastor and author in the US. He addresses the dichotomy of challenging but also loving in and age where we have to be our own censors.

[Harry Emerson] Fosdick said the Christian church should “be a fountainhead of a better social order’’ and that “any church that pretends to care for the souls of people but is not interested in the slums that damn them, the government that corrupts them, and the economic order that cripples them is a dry, passive do-nothing religion in need of new blood.’’ Fosdick had a habit of putting the hay down where the goats could get it.

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Philip Gulley is a Quaker pastor, speaker and author of 21 books. His bodies of work encompass progressive Christian theology, fiction, essay and memoir. He writes a monthly column for Indianapolis Monthly and is a regular contributor to The Saturday Evening Post.

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