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Working toward a theology of the Word

One of my interests is exploring points of convergence between Lutheran and Roman Catholic theology. I developed this interest in the course of my own experiences–and struggles–within both ecclesial communities. 617 more words


A Humble Theology

The other day I had an interesting conversation with an anti-religious person and an atheist–both were curious about my studies in theology. I approached the discussion cautiously, not assuming possession of solid theological truth. 491 more words


Why I'm Thankful for Evangelicals and Other Religious Hard Shells

As many of you may know by now, I’m not conventionally religious. I’m a cultural Christian, not an orthodox one. I am both pro-choice and sympathetic to the gay plight in America. 626 more words

Jim Langcuster

The Making of Islamophobia Inc. | Foreign Policy

A well-funded network is trying to strip the right to speak away from American Muslims and fanning the politics of fear.

Source: The Making of Islamophobia Inc. | Foreign Policy

Religion & Spirituality

WARP Office, Innovative Approach to Religious Dialog

WARP Office,
an Innovative Approach
to Religious Dialog

Source: http://hwpl.kr/initiative/alliance_religions

World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Office,
An Innovative Approach to Religious Dialogue

The World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Office Meetings are HWPL’s worldwide peace dialogue series in interfaith relations and scriptural texts. 281 more words


The Problem of the Christian Missionary Jewish Perspective

Writing in the Jewish journal “l’Eylah”, British mathematician Martin Stern bemoans the threat of the Christian church’s“missionising emphasis” towards Jewish people. As a devout Jew, he is concerned. 1,010 more words

Journeys In Ministry

God and feta cheese

Can God Seeker Guy develop a kinder, gentler approach to religion in the new year? While he would like to soften his approach in his search and perhaps become more open in his thinking, to date he has found little or no encouragement to do so. 334 more words