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The Legacy of Rachel Held Evans

The Legacy of Rachel Held Evans

Update: 2019-06-0373
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In a brief but prolific career, a young writer asked whether evangelical Christianity could change. In doing so, she changed it. Guests: Elizabeth Dias, who covers religion for The Times, in conversation with Natalie Kitroeff.  For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily.

Background reading:

  • Read the Times obituary for Rachel Held Evans, the best-selling author who challenged conservative Christianity and gave voice to a generation of wandering evangelicals wrestling with their faith.
Comments (2)

Philly Burbs

this isn't the only drug that people need to live & it cost pennies to make but cost the patient 2-4000 a month. if is was the only drug I would wonder if it's a way to get rid of gays & "those people" I have insurance & what. use to cost 5 bucks now is 500 despite it being a generic. add to that the drugs from China that don't work. imagine mom of 5 dies because drug from China was banking soda. Our legislators have the best family health plan free for life. there is no incentive to change & not be bribed ( to lobby is legal bribing) our leaders by pharamcy companies.

Jun 6th
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Lori Beggs

thank you for featuring Rachel on the podcast. Although I did not know about her while she was alive, I am very interested in finding out more about her teachings and thoughts. Sometimes it fascinates me how people claim to be followers of Christ but have no love for our fellow humans of the world.

Jun 5th
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The Legacy of Rachel Held Evans

The Legacy of Rachel Held Evans