Where has the use of your mind, reason, and knowledge been most important as a follower of Christ? How has your mind been part of coming to Christ, growing in faith, and engaging the world?
Which faith dimension do you struggle to keep in proper perspective or alignment in your daily life, work, and relationships? Is there an area which your local congregation and/or campus ministry over-emphasizes? How so? Why?
“Holding together what people tend to pull apart” To facilitate conversation (inspired by Gene’s comment on the previous post): Would love to have you briefly share … How you describe your “theological/spiritual development.” How your “theological/spiritual development” guides/relates to your academic, community, family, personal, spiritual/religious life. Whether you consider yourself to be “theologically/spiritually” “eclectic” or […]
Let’s begin our study of Head, Heart & Hands by asking the provoking question: As you characterize your conversion experience, would you say that it is one Of the head? Of the heart? Of the hands? A combination of one or more? Hmm. Of the cuff I’d say, “First my head, then my heart and […]
Have you ever considered The Spiritual Life as an Editorial Process? Al Hsu, an editor (and author) for InterVarsity Press, skillfully explores The Spiritual Life as an Editorial Process in Chapter 5 of the recently published A Spiritual Life: Perspectives from Poets, Prophets, and Preachers (Allan Hugh Cole Jr., ed. Westminster John Knox Press. 2011). […]