Psalm 66, 67 (Morning)
Psalm 19, 46 (Evening)
You know, in this modern era of medical science, there are a lot of parts we can fix or replace. When we begin to lose some spring in our step, a little titanium in the form of a knee or hip replacement can put us right. We can stent or bypass the clogged vessels of our heart. We can correct our failing eyesight with glasses, and we can […]
by Andrew Gerns
On Friday, the follow up letter from the faculty to the students describing in more detail what it going on, there is still some question as to what is going on.
The conflict has nothing to do with pay, hours, job description, benefits, or perks. There is none of the traditional pocket-book labor issues at stake.
This is not a disagreement over the need for change to they way we do theological education or the way we prepare clergy for […]
From the Huffington Post:
Countering extremist groups like the Islamic State will require “not less religion but more,” according to a prominent Muslim cleric who President Barack Obama referenced in his United Nations address earlier this
From Religion News Service:
For years, they have been invisible and often afraid to identify themselves. But the women sometimes dubbed “God’s rivals” are no longer willing to remain
Broderick Greer, a student at Virginia Theological Seminary student, traveled to Ferguson, Mo., in the wake of the shooting death of Michael Brown. He writes a compelling essay at Huffington