Martin E. MartyMarty is one of the most prominent interpreters of religion and culture today. Author of more than 50 books, he is also a speaker, columnist, pastor, and teacher, having been a professor of religious history for 35 years at the University of Chicago.
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Articles by Martin E. Marty:
- Across the wide Missouri divide
Why Lutheran kin are so separate
- What's the difference?
A look from the ELCA at the company we keep
- What is the providence of God?
- Let's talk politics
Congregations are the right place to cross partisan lines
- Understanding fundamentalisms
With Islam and Christianity, look past similarities to differences
- Politics, Christian-ly
Lovers of politics know history's dirty secret: violence. Politics is an alternative.
- We have made a difference
Christianity has produced great human good and countless postive contributions to culture
- Then and Now
U.S. Lutheranism at the beginning and end of the 20th century
- Full communion in full context
How high are the stakes?
- A wolf in sheep's cloning
What people fear isn't the science but the attack on human distinctiveness
- Life on Mars?
'There will not likely be one fewer or one more believer if evidence holds up'