A new hymnal for a new day, Our Great Redeemer’s Praise: A Hymnal for All God’s People is finally here after years in the making!
Available in red and navy blue, this truly pan-Wesleyan hymnbook is distinctly oriented around the Apostles’ Creed. It’s shipping now, and first-run print copies are going quickly. We look forward to worshipping together!
We constantly find ourselves in need of the mending of our own hearts, souls and spirits.
Through a catalytic combination of teaching, training, and engagement with one another, this retreat will resource our great need for wisdom and courage, for healing and equipping, and all for the sake of our shared work of sowing for awakening in our age.
Advent may be a good time to think about the spirituality of science. Genuine science is not really secular, but spiritual. Think about its spirituality. Here are five spiritual dimensions of science: Mystery Science proceeds
I see five promising signs of hope as the world enters 2015. Also a few maybes. Any optimism must be tempered by the now-present reality of climate destabilization. Already climate change is extinguishing vulnerable species,
The paperback edition of The Oxford Handbook of Evangelical Theology has just been released by Oxford University Press (524 pp.). The original hardback was published in 2010. This is a marvelous book, and I am
I’m reading a remarkable little book, Images or Shadows of Divine Things, by Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758). It was edited by the noted Harvard historian Perry Miller, and was one of Miller’s earlier books (Yale University
My visits to Haiti (2009, pre-earthquake, and again this year) have prompted me to think more deeply about the relationship between the gospel and economics. Most of Haiti’s problems are economic. True also in many
Why in the world are the books of Kings and Chronicles in our Bibles? Commentators offer their answers, of course. Certainly these long, repetitive books are part of divine revelation. Yet they are puzzling. Don’t
The world is a mess. Where are the reformers? Americans are frustrated with what is variously called “gridlock” or “dysfunction” in Washington. We face boat-loads of other problems and issues, from obesity (of all things!)
The world is a getting safer. For centuries, violence has been subsiding. Really? Most people find this hard to believe. But consider evidence presented by Stephen Pinker in his fascinating book, The Better Angels of