A recent article lifted up the health benefits of experiencing awe in life, but what does awe look like without God?
What did Rahner mean when he wrote that the Christian of the future will either be a "mystic" or will cease to be anything at all? Here is a reflection on these well-known words.
A reflection on Evelyn Underhill's caution regarding "Practical Christianity."
A sonnet inspired by the words of the great teacher, Qoheleth, in the Book of Ecclesiastes.
This is another in my series exploring Scripture's most compelling questions, in this case the first question asked by Jesus in the Gospel of John.
Prayer: A Poem by Evelyn Underhill
A brief reflection on First and Second Chronicles and what it means to "do what is right in the sight of the Lord."
In this guest post, Seminarian Katie Laurence compares and contrasts the stories of Barnabas with Ananias and Sapphira from the Book of Acts, and ponders what their stories teach us about being the church today.
This is another in my series exploring Scripture's most compelling questions, in this case the famous question that Pilate asked Jesus: “What is truth?”
A poem by George Herbert (and a favorite quote by Philip Melanchthon) as we prepare for Holy Trinity Sunday.