In an essay on Dietrich Bonhoeffer, [Marilynne] Robinson declared that “great theology is always a kind of giant and intricate poetry, like epic or saga. . . .”
A Nation of Immigrants. Part 5 of Welcoming the Stranger Series
Your thoughts, emotions, and responsible actions will not be simple, because you do not face simplicity. We face complexity. And God is asking you to exercise discernment as you follow him into responsible action as we face this moment in our nation.
Second Week of Advent: The Hope (Scholar’s Compass)
Advent invites us to bring before God every weary and wasted place in us and around us . . .
Overnaming as The Fall
In this post I want to dive deeper into the original ‘scene of the crime’ for clues toward the character of the relationship between language and naming.
Why Might Christians Be Involved in Nonviolent or Violent Protests? Lessons from Ukraine’s Euromaidan Protests at Urbana
How can Christians decide when to be involved in conflict, and how can they know when to stop? In the past two years, Christians in Ukraine have faced all of these. How have they responded?