We live at the intersection of several important events: the rise of the TV serial, the self-assertion of cable networks, the advent of streaming and binge-watching. What does all this change and even power shift mean?
All religions must grapple honestly with issues of violence, both in terms of the limits and means of righteous zeal and in terms of the ultimate goals of the movement. One potentially instructive way for the monotheistic religions to do this may be to ask the question “How do we imagine the Kingdom of God?”
A series of reflections on the healing mission of Christ.
As we journey through Lent, in preparation for the Easter celebration of the risen Christ and communion, should we ask ourselves for Jesus’ help in cleansing us from the betrayals?
How do we present a Biblical interpretation of this issue while remaining true to the grace that covers us all?
The sphere of government is incredibly significant in every aspect of life. It permeates through each of our work settings, the communities in which we live; the school’s that our children attend, to the everyday mundaneness of driving, eating and communicating. So, it begs the question: why aren’t we more passionately involved in this sphere?