Molly T. Marshall

Molly T. Marshall

Molly Marshall is president and professor of theology and spiritual formation at Central Baptist Theological Seminary, in Shawnee, Kan. Her column appears biweekly at Baptist News Global. Her weekly blog “Trinitarian Soundings” can be found at www.cbts.edu

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Renewing the Poor People’s Campaign

Martin Luther King Jr.’s focus on race was not the greatest threat to the status quo of American culture; it was his economic dream for eradicating poverty.

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Igniting spirited witness

Robust Christian witness involves love, forgiveness and hospitality, through word and deed, all prompted by the Spirit.

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Completing a life

Spiritual discernment comes after a lifetime of learning to pay attention to the presence of God. Without discernment, we will miss the abundant gifts of God.

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How widely Jesus ranges

Witness amid religious pluralism requires respect and receptivity.

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Not particularly grateful

The only appropriate rejoinder to grace is to give thanks.

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Finding God in the suffering

Repentance is where we can always find God.

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A feast of ‘splendid nobodies’

All Saints Day calls us to remember and give thanks for those who have gone before us.

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Crafting a disciplined life

In our lives as disciples, it is important that we craft spiritual practices that keep us on track.

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Locating the church

Is it possible to follow Jesus while forgetting the church?

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Weeping over violence

The threat of violence is always at hand in a fallen world.

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