Walter Wink was a professor of biblical interpretation at Auburn Theological Seminary in New York and author of many books, including The Powers That Be, When the Powers Fall, and most recently The Human Being. He died in 2012.
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Evicted, Yet Welcomed Home
Seeking answers to our questions in the liturgical texts
Victory Songs and Fish Fries
These reflections are precisely that: thoughts and questions mirrored from the text.
The Myth of Redemptive Violence
Exposing the roots of 'Might Makes Right'
Seeking a New Thing
How we study scripture is as important as that we study it.
God Is The Intercessor
Christians give words to the Spirit's longings
Prayer and the Powers
History belongs to the intercessors: co-creating with God through prayer
We Have Met the Enemy
On Not Becoming What We Hate
A Mind Full of Surprises
Remembering William Stringfellow, America's most important theologian.
Gift of Sexuality
We strongly disagree with the treatment of homosexuality in Foster's article "God's Gift of Sexuality."
The Powers Behind The Throne
An election year equation for discerning the spirits.