This year, we’re sharing a different Advent resource each week. Today we’re delighted to point readers to Cole Arthur Riley’s Black Liturgies, an ongoing collection of contemplative prayer and reflection.
Christian Thought and Practice
I love lavish Advent and Christmas decorations–Advent logs with a candle for each day of the season settled on a mantlepiece over the fireplace, real Christmas trees, colorful lights festooning yards and houses. Like many of us this year, though, I’m preparing to honor the season with a variety of adjustments. I don’t have a […]
This has been a challenging year in academia and an exciting year of growth in ESN. Here are three areas of growth that encourage us: People: We have enjoyed growth in the number of people engaging all of our platforms. Beyond that we have formed a new advisory council, nearly 200 people are now engaging our […]
As of October 28, over 76 million early and absentee votes will have been cast in the 2020 election. But will Christian graduate students vote and participate in the political process? And will we see civic engagement and political participation as a critical way that we can live out love for our neighbor and neighborhood? […]
We’re thrilled to bring you a special edition ESN Conversation with Elaine Howard Ecklund. As a sociologist of science, Elaine has surveyed over 40,000 religious believers and scientists (both believers and non-believers) about their views on religion and science. In this conversation, she will talk about her latest book, which explores how scientific and religious […]