A growing movement toward open educational resources (OERs) provides some financial relief for students and supports a vision of education that would have all students flourish.
The kingdom of heaven is in the small and seemingly insignificant—but it is in the here and now, in the present, and God is inviting us to join him.
Christian citizens benefit American society most when they understand that they must respect the right of other Americans to believe differently—or not believe at all—even as they earnestly contend to communicate their faith.
Daily Scripture Texts Psalm 72:1-7, 10-14 Isaiah 60:1-6 Matthew 2:1-12 We live in a dog-eat-dog world. Darwin’s “Survival of the Fittest” is the law of the land. The best team wins. The smartest and prettiest succeed. The strong prey on the weak. These are the kingdom values of this world. And in our most honest moments, we confess that we …
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?”