Tag: ecumenism

Cruciform Ecumenism

Why it Matters I wrote a book, and now it’s published! During my time as a doctoral student, I became convicted more than I had been before about the absurdity of division in the Christian Church in the West. If Christians 2,000 years ago… Continue Reading “Cruciform Ecumenism”

Soul DNA

In past posts, I’ve asked readers to consider the hum of life that buzzes inside them. I’ve asked people to sit long enough to hear to it. I’ve asked us to recall times when it spoke loud and clear, when we seemed to intuit… Continue Reading “Soul DNA”