John Fea (Chair, Dept of History, Messiah College) on Malice Toward None; Charity for All and Was America Founded as a Christian Nation? as part of ESN Local: Christian Scholar Series (Elizabethtown Brethren in Christ Church).
Elizabethtown Brethren in Christ Church
“The Lordship of Christ” (Richard J. Mouw)
On Sunday, Elizabethtown Brethren in Christ Church (the local congregation of which I am member) and the Emerging Scholars Network hosted philosopher, scholar, and author Richard J. Mouw as part of a developing Christian Scholar Series. Richard J. Mouw preached on The Lordship of Christ — follow the link to hear him 🙂 As you may remember, ESN has previously touched on Mouw’s […]
An invitation to discuss “Finding Calcutta” by Mary Poplin
With our limited time, energy, finances, blog attention spans, why focus on Mary Poplin’s “Finding Calcutta: What Mother Teresa Taught Me About Meaningful Work and Service” (IVP. 2008)?
Head, Heart and Hands Together: Implications and Challenges
Questions How would you summarize how the overemphasis on or neglect of either the head, hearts or hands dimension of one’s faith (or the faith of one’s faith community) causes one to be less than what God envisions for us as His children? How does your faith community address the God-desired balance of head, hearts […]
Head, Heart and Hands Together: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
Has the balance/relationship of head, heart and hands been explored/discussed in some manner in your field? If so, what has been the conversation? If not, how might you propose research and writing on the balance/relationship of head, heart and hands in your field?