This October I’ll be joining twenty other voices at a groundbreaking conference in Minneapolis to discuss what Christianity looks like in the 21st century.  If this is the first you’ve heard of C21, you should know that it really won’t be conference life as usual.  Each of the 21 presenters is…

Dear Mrs. Moltmann-Wendel, I am so delighted that SCM Press translated your autobiography into English.  As you know, many of your works are difficult to find (or, if translated, quite pricey to abtain) so I often have the feeling of being a few (German) steps away from a really great…

I am not remotely an expert on healthcare.  Truth be told, I’ve also not followed the news on Obama’s health care plan the last few days because I’m tired of the noise.  However, I feel this should be said: If someone criticizes an aspect of (or the entirety of) the…

Sadly enough, summer is drawing to a close, and my mind is beginning to gear up for the schoolyear.   It’s been a great one so far, and I plan on milking these last few weeks for all they’re worth.  Mostly I’m thankful that this summer, my children experienced something wonderful.   They were bored.  Sure, we had…

My friend Dallas alerted me to this Op-Ed piece in the New York Times written by Nicholas Kristof, where he asks this compelling question:  “If the G-8 leaders are so willing to save one child, why are they collectively so far behind in meeting humanitarian aid pledges to save other children?”…

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