June 18, 2012 | We cannot hope to restore the world if we are constantly reinventing the church, says a Calvin College philosophy professor. The hard work of innovation requires grounding in a tradition.
June 18, 2012 | Tulane University architecture students design and build homes through an unusual professional training program that gives them the opportunity to lead a collaborative project that connects the ideas in the classroom to the needs of the community.
June 18, 2012 | Leadership has been a great need in every age of the church, a new challenge in every generation. For the basics of how to do it well, look to the wisdom of the early church, says the Yale patristics scholar.
June 14, 2012 | How are we to account for Simeon’s and Anna’s failure to respond to this baby as we would expect? Why do they, ignoring all suggestion of cultural convention, see this baby Jesus as God’s long-awaited salvation for Israel?
June 4, 2012 | The belief that he should “pray his way through” depression prevented a pastor from seeking counseling. But after going to a therapist, the pastor of Miller Memorial Baptist Church in Philadelphia wants to persuade others to seek a therapist’s help.