An Interview with Barbara MeloshBy Susan Sink
In her memoir Loving and Leaving a Church, Barbara Melosh explores the challenges of being a mainline pastor in a declining congregation. →
Our January Book Notes includes four new titles on topics ranging from Celtic spirituality to faith at midlife by authors affiliated with the Collegeville Institute. →
A Review of The Dangers of Spiritual PracticeBy Amy Peterson
Over ten years after publishing a best-seller on spiritual practices, Lauren Winner returns to explore their characteristic damage in her latest book. →By Anne Higgins
"Why can’t my lavender live through the frost? / Why does my skin make cancer in the sun?" →By Vance Morgan
Virtual assistants like Alexa are more than "digital super butlers." They tap into the human tendency to reveal ourselves in ways that mimic prayer. →
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An Interview with Barbara Melosh