Life of Faith
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Ramsey shows the high stakes (and common mistakes) of online activism.
“If we can’t afford two boxes,” my grandmother said, “we can’t afford one.”
I’ve been trying to follow Thomas Keating’s advice: learn to be silent with God.
Peterson has influenced my pastoral life and mind more profoundly than anyone else.
At Yale, classrooms full of future doctors, lawyers, and hedge fund managers are contemplating the good life.
Centering prayer persists when I am believing or disbelieving, when I feel “close” to God or far away.
Peterson never delivered a formula for success. He just wrote about pastoral work and how to live it.
What happens if our religious dialogue becomes an endless, insufferable holiday office party, where the mean drunk becomes the focal point of everyone’s energy?
I liked this, until I didn’t.
What will it take to break through our numbness?
Do practices make us better people? Lauren Winner isn't so sure.
I love pop psychology pieces that try to make sense of those Christmas-tree-colored splotches that appear on brain scans.