If you wrestle with this Matthean parable through the night, it'll leave
you limping by morning. Martin Luther didn't like preaching on it, and
worshipers in early October won't be in the mood for its judgment.
We recently asked five Century contributors to reflect on the
9/11 attacks and the decade that followed. Century
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weeks following the attacks.
In modern imperialism, race, colonization and Christianity have historically been so intrinsically embedded with one another that the connections between them have seemed natural, and Christian theologians have participated in the geographical and geopolitical construction of this imperialism. Willie James Jennings's book is a genealogy of their participation.
In anticipation of the 500-year celebration of the Protestant Reformation, a “Luther Reading Challenge” is being launched by the Institute for Ecumenical Research in Strasbourg, France. Writings of Martin Luther are being made available online. Persons who sign up for a free account can engage in online discussion groups with people around the world in English and other languages, including Hungarian, Chinese, and Portuguese.