Implicated in Suffering
Day: March 24, 2019
By Kelly Wilson Last year, Kelly Wilson authored the four part series, the Evangelical Shift, looking at “Evangelical refugees,” in search of “deeper” worship, more progressive politics, or for a place to be welcomed. Continuing from that research, Wilson now offers a look into the experience of Asian-Americans in the Episcopal Church. You can check […]
Nasty, brutish, and short
The love of God is strength for the journey that is life
The concepts of Christian vocation and callings are experiencing a resurgence of attention as a way to honor the important roles of our lives. Others have written inspirational things about valuing and following our callings. What I have not heard is the admission that as with any role that wields power, there are dangers.
“I am aware that I am arguing with Jesus, but he’s a rabbi and can handle it. The pastor in me answers the theodicy question differently from Jesus. We live in a broken world that contains evil like the oceans contain water.”