Samuel Wells is the vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields in London and author of Learning to Dream Again and A Nazareth Manifesto.
Here are some projections and assumptions I face in my current context—and responses that reflect what the church I serve is called to be.
The Religious Roots of Unbelief from Luther to Marx
A review of Dominic Erdozain
Christians fail to realize that the responsibility for rebellion against the faith lies invariably at their own door.
Pentecost offers a vision for Europe: not one megastate or one system for everything, but a model of diversity as peace.
The exiled people of Judah turned to their stories—and found the belief that God would save them as before. Centuries later, Christians did the same.
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