The concept of "works-righteousness" is taking a different shape than it did during Martin Luther’s day. Now, self-justification is only a tweet away. →
SBNRs on Human Nature
Spiritual but not religious people reject the concept of sin, but does sexual harassment prove otherwise? →
Scholar FridaysBy Susan Sink
Read our interview with pastor Jean Sullivan on her project "Compassion, Advocacy, and Healing: The Church Responds to Adverse Childhood Experiences." →
An Interview with Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
In his forthcoming book, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove writes about how Benedictine practices can help Christians unlearn the religion of whiteness. →
A new poem by Ruth Johnston, in which she asks: "What if all that matters / are the live breaking moments, / like a cosmic scoring sheet"? →
VocationWhy does the church need prayers, poems, and hymns that celebrate vocation? Learn about To Bless Our Callings, a new book by Laura Kelly Fanucci.Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew's latest book, Living Revision: A Writer's Craft as Spiritual Practice, delves into the way rewriting can be deeply spiritual.Kathleen Norris has had tremendous success as an author, but also setbacks. Benedictine humility, she says, is what gives her stability.Sometimes faltering forward is all we can manage in this life of faith. Don't miss this interview with Marjorie Stelmach about her latest book of poetry.Lauren F. Winner has led summer writing workshops at the Collegeville Institute since 2014. In this interview, she talks about why most of writing is revision.
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