Changes of mind aren’t superficial or easy things. Mine have usually come as forced exits from the comfort of myself to somewhere more painful. I have had to learn to be beside myself.Looking back three decades, I see that the reception of the sacrament began gradually to set me aside, to place me beside myself, and, equally slowly, to make of my studies less an instrument for self-gratification and the domination of others and more an ecstasy of response to God.
Setting the agenda for ecumenism
The origins of postliberalism
"There is a middle ground between fanaticism and relativism."
Developing an Israel-like view of the church
How can theology be black if the sources used for its explication are derived primarily from the white Western theological tradition?