Molly T. Marshall

Molly T. Marshall

President and Professor of Theology and Spiritual Formation at Central Baptist Theological Seminary. Her "Thinking Theologically" column appears biweekly at ABPnews.com. Her weekly blog "Trinitarian Soundings" can be found at www.cbts.edu

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Seeking an authentic self

In our “reality-based” age, too little reality exists.

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Leaning in together

Social gains, whether in the workplace or the church, are never handed out. They must be seized.

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Re-imagining disability

A new theology of disability envisions a Body of Christ where all have a place.

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Praying and working

Prayer is an essential form of work, and it must not be gainsaid as wishful thinking.

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Making room for the Spirit

Many are fearful of the power of the Holy Spirit because they think being filled with God’s abiding as Spirit will make them do weird things. If weird means becoming extravagantly compassionate or practicing radical hospitality or taking Jesus’ teaching about peace seriously, then they are correct.

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Longing for vision

Instead of writing off their visionaries as eccentric, many churches would do well to pay them heed.

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Demystifying Christian vocation

It is time to demystify our language about what it means to be “called” and how we exercise our giftedness.

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Experiencing the Risen Christ

‘He Lives’ is an experienced reality, yet cloaked in mystery.

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Communicating Christ in Burma

Baptists in Myanmar share insights about being a faithful Christian witness in a religiously pluralistic world.

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Renewing compassion

Compassion is a test of discipleship that requires not only feeling but action.

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