Brett Younger

Brett Younger

Brett Younger is associate professor of preaching at Mercer University’s McAfee School of Theology in Atlanta.

Mixed dating and ill-fated love

“Training Union will be a little different tonight. I’m going to talk about mixed dating.”

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My speech to seminary graduates

Remember when you realized why you took on this task and go make a difference.

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Bracketology theology: Who would Jesus pick?

What is the point of living in the world of boring brackets, when we can live in the vibrant rainbow dreams are made of?

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True Beliebers

Justin Bieber may be an alcohol drinking drag racer. Can God do anything with that?

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Church without ... well, people

Church would be a lot less stressful without all those other church members.

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Practicing peace

Christmas celebrates a world that is better than it is.

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How seminaries fail

Seminaries have created enough predictable, conventional, cookie-cutter ministers. The church needs ardent, zealous, incensed, enraged and impassioned ministers.

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At church with the Carters

Gathering for worship is a big deal, whether or not the congregation includes a former president of the United States.

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White preaching professor, black preaching students

George White III, Dihanne Moore and Joshua Scott are three of the best and brightest at the McAfee School of Theology. We sat down recently to talk about seminary, race and what would happen if I preached in their churches.

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Snake charmers

Who knows? Maybe the upcoming reality series on snake-handling preachers will inspire a bevy of church-related viewing fare.

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