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A friend shared this article a couple of days ago from an English professor who was explaining to Yale undergrad why they have to read a basic canon of racist and colonialist and even misogynist literature to be considered properly educated in their field. Some Yale students were complaining about…

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Stars Beneath Us by Paul Wallace is the most unique and faithful book on the intersection of faith and science I’ve ever read. Written from his personal experience as a boy caught between his developing faith and his increasing love for science, Wallace weaves a tale of deep wisdom about…

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Happy Moltmann Monday, all! Today’s selection comes from The Living God and the Fullness of LifeĀ in a section on the doctrine of suffering in Buddhism and the doctrine of love in Paul’s letters. Love is the name we give the most intense experience of life. Human beings as we know…

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Hi friends, For the next week, I’m in retreat in the mountains of beautiful Zion National Park. It’s come at a good time, now that the new book is finished and I can take an exhale. I’ll be back at the end of next week and will return to blogging…

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Happy Moltmann Monday! Today’s excerpt comes from God in Creation in a section on the soul and the body: In the history of civilizations, ideas about ‘the self’ have undergone a remarkable transmigration. As long as the living character of the human being was seen in the inhaling and exhaling…

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