For many women, the predicament of sinfulness appears different than for men. In today’s article, Sharon Drury invites us to reflect on the ways in which we often mistakenly frame sinfulness and salvation in terms that relate to one gender more than the other.
Why do I imagine that silence was God’s way of being present before creation? Silence is more than an absence of sound according to Hebrew and Greek denotations. I would suggest that silence is a way of meeting life. Duke Walker shares the profound treasure he has found in the silent times of life and how it has become life-giving for him.