Walter Wangerin Jr.Wangerin, an author of many novels and books of essays, is an ELCA pastor and senior research professor at Valparaiso [Ind.] University. His “Between us” column appears quarterly in The Lutheran.
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Articles by Walter Wangerin Jr.:
- Go with God
- Into the valley of char
- Two essays before the election
Wangerin addresses politics
- Naomi prepares a bride
Wangerin imagines good days preceding war
- Half-a-lung ... backward
An "on the other hand" follow-up to the author's previous column
- Half a lung, half a lung, half a lung onward!
The blessings of living with an incurable disease
- Of urinals and the least of these
'At the end of our least act … stands another human being'
- Falling into faith
'Let go? I had a crazy man for a father'
- Bright red apples and humility
Why not give up self-absorption for Lent?
- Jesus. Him.
Let Christ be the source of all our goodness.
- The robber under the bed
What shall adults do? Join the story!
- Lutherans antagonistic
- Letters from the land of cancer
- Oh, light eight candles, laughing
- The fisherman of miseries
- Hollis Johnson's Pentecost
The music had a sacred source ... they sang of the infinite love of God
- The pastor and the thief
- If it weren't difficult, I wouldn't write you
To the president-elect: Choose between Machiavelli and Isaiah
- 'The world is not the same'
- Father and son
- Called to life again
- Anderson's Christmas
- Standing at the door of heaven
- I do not fight
Sickness isn't an enemy, it's a rooster's crow
- In the Wangerin 'kinder-garten'
Planted for grandchildren, trees bear life and love into the future
- Remembering Roger
This, too, is God's gift: that Roger Kahle modeled the way to die