Brett Younger

Brett Younger

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

When the Klan came to our revival

Reflecting on it 45 years later.

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Confessions of a seminary professor

Discarding position, prestige and publicity.

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Libby Allen’s bucket list

The director of admissions of Mercer University’s McAfee School of Theology for 17 years has actually been completing her list for a long time.

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A tribute to Dean Alan Culpepper: The man and the myth

I do not know which stories are true, but here is some of what I heard.

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Leaving Fred Craddock’s funeral, yearning just to be Christian

Remembering a man who invited preachers to stop teaching the lessons of Scripture and start telling the stories of faith.

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Six words to describe a life: Saints don’t know they are saints

They don’t act like good people. They are good people.

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Your world is too small

People who know only those like themselves begin to think God is like them.

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Let’s keep Herod in Christmas

Walmart sells a variety of plastic nativity scenes for the yard, but there are no glow-in-the-dark King Herods.

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A Chilean love story: A Catholic priest and his wife

The most amazing thing is that these weathered saints’ are still devoted to the church.

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Lost in the wilds of South America

We came really close to looking for a taxi and paying to follow them.

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