Brett Younger

Brett Younger

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

Religious terrorism

Please don’t judge Christians by those who have committed terrorist acts.

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Surprised by God

There are moments when the routine becomes something altogether unexepected.

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Seminaries reluctantly selling their souls

Is it really a seminary education if we are not worshiping together, praying with one another or talking about Jesus between classes?

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Reformation Day — 498 years and counting

The church changed because a thirtysomething Martin Luther believed it could be better and complained.

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Why aren’t more Christians refusing service?

More Christians could be on the front page if they took the rules as seriously as Kim Davis does.

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Jesus loves hippie churches

And we need more of them.

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A few words against faith

Is Christianity nothing more than a set of ideas?

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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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