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On Academic Ambition (after the academy)

It was just over a year ago that I completed my coursework and thesis at Duke University’s Divinity School for the Master of Theological Studies program. 1,210 more words


Theology is practical

Theology, to be Christian, is by definition practical. Either it serves the formation of the church or it is trivial and inconsequential. Preachers are the acid test of theology that would be Christian.

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The Third Way as Christian Discipleship

“Now, discipline always seems painful rather than pleasant at the time, but later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it.”

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O Captain! My Wesley!

On the list of movies guaranteed to make me cry, Dead Poets Society is firmly entrenched. It is right up there with the “Wanna have a catch… 421 more words

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Hauerwas: Care vs. discipline

The church seems caught in an irresolvable tension today. Insofar as we are able to maintain any presence in modern society we do so by being communities of care.

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Stanley Hauerwas – The Virtues / Practices of Slow Church [Video]

Today is the birthday of Stanley Hauerwas. And to celebrate, Englewood Review of Books has collected 10 short videos of him. Because I am such a fan of the folks at ERB and Hauerwas’s work has been so instrumental in my own spiritual formation, I thought it would be worth sharing here. 10 more words

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Weekly Buzz: 7/14/14

This week’s buzz features the first ever atheist television channel, a new book about the origin of atheists, and more from everyone’s favorite philosopher of science/comedian—Michael Ruse. 757 more words

Weekly Buzz