Rich Lesser says there is a knowledge revolution going on. The question is what will we do with what we know? How do make meaning out of the knowledge at hand? How do we cultivate the insight that will drive our use of the incredible volume of information available to us?
Day: October 14, 2011
Before Hitler, people used a variety of local and biblical images as shorthand in their discussions of evil.
Donations to mainline Protestant churches as a percentage of income is at its lowest level in at least 41 years according to a study.
The National Cathedral has begun to remove parts of the building damaged by an earthquake last August including stones weighing up to 2 tons each.
Zimbabwe’s deposed Bishop Nolbert Kunonga is still defiant even after Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams visited his country and handed President Robert Mugabe a dossier filled with accounts of human rights abuses perpetrated by Kunonga with government help.
Frequent Bible readers will, over time, tend to care more about the welfare of people, issues of social and economic justice.
Friday, October 14, 2011 — Week of Proper 23, Year One Samuel Isaac Joseph Schereschewsky, Bishop of Shanghai, 1906 Today’s Readings for the Daily Office (Book of Common Prayer, p. 988) Psalms 16, 17 (morning) // 22 (evening) Jeremiah 38:14-28 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 Matthew 11:1-16 I want to think a bit about Samuel Isaac Joseph …