It’s possible that those who appear so sure don’t actually have all the answers. Instead, they may be repressing the questions.
We cannot ignore our differences, but we can choose to focus on what unites us. As John Wesley wrote, “Though we cannot think alike, may we not love alike?”
Bruce Springsteen reminds us that we are the product of the “Ghosts” who have helped us sing the song of our lives.
Bruce Springsteen and Ecclesiastes teach us how reflecting on our own mortality can be key to finding meaning, purpose and joy in our lives.
Many of us spend our lives trying to find our way in the world: who we’re supposed to be, what we’re supposed to do. The goal is to make our way instead.
In this remarkable book, scholar Kristin Kobes Du Mez shares the rise a cultural Christianity that many find in opposition to their faith.
Rather than using doctrine as a litmus test, we can view it as light handed down from our predecessors, guiding us in our journeys.