Dr. Richard Lints This blog originally appeared in Christianity Today. Part of the task of the church is making the case that the church’s mission actually contributes to the flourishing […]
Timothy Keller (MDiv ’75) This essay originally appeared in The New York Times. Virginia is reeling from two mass shootings in less than a month in Chesapeake and Charlottesville. From what […]
This blog originally appeared on the Casket Empty website. Dr. Carol Kaminski (MA & MAR ’96) I have recently been following the stories that the Wall Street Journal has been […]
“A sense of social responsibility, buried too long, perhaps under the wrong kind of conservative instincts, is rising to the surface, and demanding a place in the sun.”
At times it seems like the pandemic will never end.
At times it seems like the election animosities will never end.
At times it seems like the Church will never be united.
How does a seminary with a tradition going back over 130 years change its culture and ethos? Here is a good place to start.
Like many parishioners, this question (or its more non-committal cousin, “Who was Jesus?”) makes seasonal appearances at Christmas and Easter, usually on the covers of news magazines looking for a holiday angle.
How can we build signposts of the Kingdom in a world that seems increasingly divided and deaf to the cries of the poor, oppressed and unjustly treated?
Last week I participated in a Veritas Forum gathering on intellectual humility. It was just me and about 500 others on Zoom listening to science professors from MIT and Dartmouth. I was out of my league.
As part of the release of fall 2017 edition of Contact Magazine, the Office Hours Faculty Blog is proud to present the concluding article of a 6-week series on racial reconciliation featuring […]