I’m honored to do a little guest blogging for Lutheran World Relief. Here’s numero uno, trying to answer the question of why everyone likes to talk innovation but so few actually innovate
Read the original here: Grammys need to thank the Black church for Whitney
Counting the reasons why the Grammys need to get down on their knees and thank the Black church for anything good in American music
by Travis J. Scholl Allow me to introduce you to the University of the Poor as I was introduced to it. I was sitting in a classroom in New York City with fellow seminarians and some of the University’s instructors. We were learning of their mission and work, and I was sitting next to a ..
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously in perhaps the most significant case involving religious liberty and the separation of church and state in decades. But it got me thinking about more than liberty
The novelist Marilynne Robinson, who always writes eloquently, writes eloquently of the innumerable connections between the Bible and other works of art. I think she’s on to something
In preparing for a class on “The Bible as Literature,” I discovered again how time and space are transformed by one written word
Last night, Robert Putnam, America’s foremost social scientist, spoke at Wash U about his latest research into the “puzzle” of American religion. Could there perhaps be a paradox at the heart of the p