Richard Twiss chats about the "oneness" of the Trinity, our cultural preferences, and our incompleteness without our neighbor's music.
Personal salvation is an oxymoron.
Barbara A. Holmes on God's call to love our neighbor.
Richard Rohr on the preferential option for the outsider.
Richard Twiss talks about worshiping in the context of who God made us.
Respecting other's religious identities.
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.
Mayra Macedo-Nolan on presence and reconciliation.
Barbara Brown Taylor on finding common ground with others.
Rachel Held Evans on "gatekeepers" to the Table.
What does food and land have to do with salvation?
Parker Palmer on the stranger.
Suzanne Stabile on starting with space for everyone.
Juanita Rasmus on God's Table.
David Ford on scriptural reasoning and improving the quality of our disagreements:)
Incarnate. Put your flesh back on.
The Church often is known for taking great things and making them small. Jesus invites us into something larger.
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