“Advent is definitely not for sissies,” declares Fleming Rutledge, Episcopal priest and theologian, in her book Advent: The Once and Future Coming of Jesus Christ. Advent is the short but potent liturgical season that dramatizes the “end times”: the second coming, the divine judgment, the undoing and remaking of heaven and earth. Its character is […]
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Then I considered all that my hands had done and the toil I had spent in doing it, and again, all was vanity and a chasing after the wind, and there was nothing to be gained under the sun. —Ecclesiastes 2:11 From birth, Bible-believing churches had been my spiritual home, but when I headed […]
The Emerging Scholars Network is delighted to announce the launch today of a new podcast, Theology &. Many of our members have expressed interest in more theologically grounded conversations about faith and issues in our fields of study. We are delighted to co-sponsor this new effort toward that end. ____________________ Does academic research make a difference […]
Why should you care about phenotypic plasticity? Julie Reynolds provides some suggestions with the help of tiger mosquitoes.