What scientists and theologians talk about
We can learn a lot from interdisciplinary conversation. But we are sometimes puzzled by how our colleagues know what they seem to know.
Encounters at an airport chapel
In the pristine white glare of the airport corridor, the linoleum became my prayer rug. But my solitude was short lived.
Just war and counterinsurgency
Drones expose the deficiencies of seeing war as a matter of annihilation. The rules of just war are more crucial than ever.
The black church and hospice care
The American hospice movement is thriving. But its growth has tended to neglect African Americans.
Depending on the care of others
At 52 I was lead pastor of a large, vibrant church. Then I was diagnosed with ALS, and I began to call on my faith community in a new way.
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