Beatrice Marovich writes about “jellyfish time” in Religious Dispatches:
Day: January 23, 2013
Josh O’Leary of the Iowa City Press-Citizen reports on worries that Trinity Episcopal Church will be shadowed by a proposed tower in downtown Iowa City:
Is: war, poverty, racism. Isn’t: “smoking a couple of joints a week.”
The New York Times introduces is latest “Room for Debate” segment, asking “Is Atheism a Religion?”
I often think of the Parable of the Sower as a metaphor for my own life and spirit. God has scattered God’s Word and grace abundantly, even wastefully, in my life.
Cornel West and Charles Pierce have had a lot to say as Barack Obama is installed for his second term. There is joy in some of the ideas put forth by the President and concern over the continued use of drones, the human rights record and the seeming coziness with opponents to the point of […]
by Donald Schell Part 1 Some of the reading that most challenges and expands my theological thinking isn’t theological at all. In the piece that follows this, I’ll offer how some recent reading has me thinking again about Reason, Logic, and the Logos, listening for a non-religious critique of some cultural predispositions that show up […]