Essays by readers
In response to our request for essays on risk, we received many compelling reflections. Here is a selection.
Why we need clinical evangelistic education
Imagine having a conversation about the gospel, and then bringing an account of this conversation to a group led by an experienced supervisor.
An Armenian American’s dilemma of memory
My first trip to Turkey, the place where so many Armenian Christians were killed, found me in a land both strange to me and known in my bones.
A pastor’s habit of reverence
Ritual actions can linger, even as belief fades in and out. If there is indeed a renewal of high-liturgical worship, I would guess that this is why.
Grieving and believing
Without the rudder of memory, my father seemed adrift in a tiny boat on a wild, infinite sea, yet unconcerned with finding a way back to shore.
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