Personal salvation is an oxymoron.
Barbara A. Holmes on God's call to love our neighbor.
John Phillip Newell on the sacredness of incarnation.
Malcolm Guite on the role of the church.
Scott Alexander, Director of Catholic-Muslim Studies at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, reflects on interreligious dialogue as the practice of following Christ across religious and cultural boundaries.
Jesus' parable and eating grilled cheese sandwiches with prostitutes...author, New Monastic, peacemaker and speaker Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove reflects.
Rachel Held Evans on "gatekeepers" to the Table.
What does food and land have to do with salvation?
The Church often is known for taking great things and making them small. Jesus invites us into something larger.
Jesus is never far away. Just look for an outcast.
Father Greg Boyle on being For vs being With
Robert Guerrero talks about holistic ministry and "showing" the power of the Gospel.
Michael Frost suggests the best seats in the house may not be where you think they are. Dinner party etiquette from Luke 14.
Are you saved or still unconverted?
An invitation to exilic living and loving enemies.
Artist and activist Jay Beck on Jesus, the devil, mystic paths and the gift economy,
A prayer by Teresa of Avila.
Suzanne Stabile on creating space and place.
What is it going to look like without a "them?"
If you don't have love, you don't have anything.
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