Why did you write the book, Is Reality Secular? Mary: Actually I think I just never stopped writing the Appendix of Finding Calcutta after it went to press in 2008. . . .
Have you found yourself on an Advent-ure as we’ve considered Finding Calcutta? Do you find yourself longing for and waiting upon the coming of the Lord in your life, your neighborhood, your discipline, your campus, your nation, the creation?
How would you articulate the gulf between a secular legacy, one of the world’s primary measures of a life’s work, and faithful fulfillment of Christian calling?
As Mother Teresa said, “You can do something I cannot do. I can do something you cannot do. Together let us do something beautiful for God.”
Questions to explore: What is the definition of calling? What are biblical characteristics of “finding” one’s calling? Who comes to mind as examples of biblical characters who “found” their calling? What are sins that undermine our calling and we should be prepared to address? Definitions of Calling [T]he truth that God calls us to himself […]