That Was The Week That Was

This week I started a small business and compared my Charles Lindbergh biography to a sitcom. Meanwhile, here’s what some other people were writing: • I was happy to take a week off from Anxious Bench in order to let Elesha Coffman wonder if historians make too much of empathy and too little of disgust and lament. … More That Was The Week That Was

Harrowing

Our Holy Saturday post comes from Jason Barnhart (Ashland, OH), director of Brethren research and resourcing for The Brethren Church. You can read more from him at his blog, Tethered Freedom. For this is the reason the gospel was preached even to those who are now dead, so that they might be judged according to human … More Harrowing

A Report from the 10th Assembly of the WCC (Christian Collins Winn)

Didn’t know that this blog had a foreign correspondent, did you? Yes, today we’re happy to share an update on what’s been happening at the 10th Assembly of the World Council of Churches, courtesy of our “man in Busan,” my colleague Christian Collins Winn. As always, I’ll disclaim that opinions of guest-posters are their own, … More A Report from the 10th Assembly of the WCC (Christian Collins Winn)

Best of The Pietist Schoolman: The Mystery of Communion

I’ll be back tomorrow with my usual Saturday links post, then expect more new posts next week as we return from Bethel’s Spring Break. Today, one more reprised post from recent months: my meditation on the mysteries of the Christian sacrament known as Communion, Eucharist, the Lord’s Supper, etc. There are few things I understand … More Best of The Pietist Schoolman: The Mystery of Communion