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Christians should be attentive to the ways in which the character of our community is shaped by the imaginative spaces we inhabit, says the dean of Duke Divinity School.
The best responses to God’s leadership in moments of controversy are awe, wonder and praise.
Historically in our culture people turned to St. Augustine to read about a life well-lived. Then at some point Holden Caulfield became a more popular source of insight on life.
Whenever we worry about the church’s future, listen for a knock at the door.
Fifth in a series. The Jerusalem Council, in Acts 15, offers three indispensable elements to processing conflict in the life of the church.
Art is both a product of imagination and what sparks it. Pastors, students and others reflect on the illuminations in The Saint John’s Bible and make their own books as an act of spiritual and theological reflection.