Day: November 12, 2012

Introducing: The Theology Jukebox

Anyway, listen to the song, and tell us what you think about it in the comments. THEN, send an email to feedback@episcopalcafe.com suggesting a popular song that you’d like to nominate for us to feature next Monday night. Tell us what moves you about the work from a theological or spiritual point of view, and we will publish your comments along with a link to a performance of the song. If this catches on, we’ll do it every week.

Point of personal privilege: A plug for Speaking Faithfully, our editor’s new book

To tell our story to contemporary audiences, we must baptize the tools and techniques that other organizations use to spread their message, inform their members, influence society, raise money, and engender the devotion and enthusiasm necessary to sustain their communities.

Two Catastrophes

In some sense, the scriptural witness gives us the same freedom as life itself. Here we have two catastrophes. Both are interpreted as acts of judgment upon a sinful people. In one the prophet mourns; in the other, there is rejoicing.