Tuesday digest

November 1, 2011

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New today from the Century:

  • The editors on Arab Christians' fears: "An irony of Christian life amid the Arab Spring is that Christians have
    frequently been protected by the authoritarian regimes that are under
    attack."
  • Carol Howard Merritt on spiritual geography: "Just as I’ve come to appreciate how seasons transform the land, I’ve
    also become aware of my internal landscape. The two seem bound together
    in many ways."
  • Stephanie Paulsell takes the seven-word-gospel challenge: "To dwell in possibility"
  • Mark Labberton's lectionary column for Sunday, November 13: "Being a pastor for 30 years has given me the chance to see both the
    gifts and the weaknesses of people up close. This vantage point
    sometimes makes mine one of the weirdest vocations as well as a
    rewarding one. My breath has been taken away by joy and by shame. It's
    the story of talents and tyrants told again and again." (subscription
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