Archives for August 2011

Of Prayer and Presidency and Dialogue

Help all Texans, and Americans, get to know their neighbors of different religions well enough to be able to work together for the common good. [Read more…]

Is God a Christian?

he has consistently confused universal human challenges with religious framings of those challenges, and the result is less than helpful. [Read more…]

Worldview, Attitude, and Discipleship

The problem with the concept of a Biblical worldview is that such a worldview never existed until it was constructed by 20th century evangelicals and the first 21st century pope. [Read more…]

The Biblical Worldview versus Modernity

. . . the spectacles of revelation can never fully cure our myopia. [Read more…]

9/11 and American Religion – 10 Years on.

Increasingly dialogue has shifted from being a path for spiritual seekers to a tool for achieving social cohesion and building civil society. [Read more…]

Analysts, Religion, and Ideologues

Ideologies create fruitless conflict, and can finally destroy rather than preserve the very things they claim to value. [Read more…]

Ramadan and Hungry Ghosts

Our bent world turns upon itself, and even the light of revelation curves under that gravity to fall into a human sphere. [Read more…]


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