November 2018

What Does It Mean to Be Church? by Fran Salone-Pelletier

Evangelizers hawk God’s warning on street corners and social media. Jews assemble to celebrate the Days of Awe. Muslims turn daily to Mecca and promise to engage a once-in-a-lifetime Hajj. Buddhists flock to their temples with offerings of fruit and flowers. Perennial “flower children” find spiritual experiences on mountaintops or in aromatic fields. People everywhere… Read More What Does It Mean to Be Church? by Fran Salone-Pelletier

August/September 2018

The Revolution of the Bleeding Heart by Pete Davis

Martin Luther King often described his moral vision as one of “agapic love.” Agape is Greek for “distinterested love”—to King it was “a love in which the individual seeks not his own good,” but the good of his or her neighbor. Agape “does not discriminate between worthy and unworthy people”—it is about “discovering the neighbor”… Read More The Revolution of the Bleeding Heart by Pete Davis