As Christians concerned about peace and justice, this time of crisis in the Middle East provides us an opportunity to return to our principles, the “springs of living waters” for people of faith:
Even after the Ray Rice video, churches are in denial about sexual violence.
Hunkering down is deeply attractive, but we have work to do first.
I eagerly await to see where the "rainbow generation" will take South Africa.
Where were the bugs? We were supposed to get lots of bugs.
Paternal Insights edited by Anderson Campbell / Sing Freedom by Robert F. Darden / In Between by finelinefilms.org / More than Metaphor edited by Shelia E. McGinn, Lai Ling Elizabeth Ngan, and Ahida Calderón Pilarski.
Pilgrimage through Loss: Pathways to Strength and Renewal after the Death of a Child, by Linda Lawrence Hunt. Westminster John Knox Press.
Forgive Us, by Mae Elise Cannon, Lisa Sharon Harper, Troy Jackson, and Soong-Chan Rah.
Jesus appears on Adult Swim, as he did in Palestine, in a manner both obscure and mysterious.
Thanks to Walter for this affirmation. Wink’s contribution was indeed enormous in my view and, in the end, well-received. After he was denied tenure, however, he could not find a job in the academy.
I was glad to see Bill Wylie-Kellermann’s tribute to Walter Wink (“Struggling to Become Human,” August 2014), but with one qualification.
Boys on a beach,women with cookpots,men bombing tender patches of mint.
Julie Polter (“The Rich Get Richer," August 2014) hits the nail right on the head, both in analysis of the issue and with her four policy suggestions.
A list of 5 fictional depictions of Jesus over the past few decades, including Adult Swim's Black Jesus.
Ryan Herring reads Langston Hughes' "Harlem" as photos of Ferguson are displayed.