Dr. Donald Fairbairn It should come as no surprise that Advent, as a season of preparation for the celebration of Christ’s birth, was slow to emerge in Christian history. In […]
I would like to suggest that the decline of Christianity in the West and the divisive global culture we currently contend with call for us to lean into the profound unity we have in Jesus Christ and to embrace healthy Christian diversity.
American Thanksgiving is unique. Most countries celebrate political liberation or independence and various holidays of a religious nature (such as Thaipusam, Deepavali, Vesak/Wesak Day, Yom Kippur, and Eid al-Fitr). American Thanksgiving, however, is rooted in national identity, Christian history, and intercultural encounters and covenant.
Dr. Erin Crider During my last year of master’s research, I had made my way around a labyrinthine hallway to a tiny office, where I met the sweet Anglican nun […]
In recent years, with increasing spiritual responsibilities, I have realized the need for leaders to be attentive.
WENDY MURRAY (MATS ’85) It is appropriate that the celebration of All Saints Day comes directly on the heels of Reformation Day. It serves as a reminder to us Protestants […]
Over five hundred years ago an event took place that is easily overlooked by some, but it is one that ought to be remembered and celebrated. On that occasion an […]
A Theology of Resonance and the Ecological Art of Vincent van Gogh Dr. Wes Vander Lugt I remember the first time I was drawn from across the room to encounter […]
Navigating the Complex Arena of Suicidal Thinking Dr. Karen Mason Professor of Counseling and Psychology, Director of the Hamilton Counseling Department While there are a variety of resources available to […]
Rachel Gilson (MDiv ’20) This post originally appeared on The Gospel Coalition. If we want to see our neighbors trust in Jesus for salvation, the most important thing we can […]