Monthly Archives: May 2017

You are witnesses

Last week I wrote of the need for the church to find its voice in the search for value and meaning in public life, of our need to contribute our perspective to our community’s efforts to define and enrich our life together. We are needed as participants in the public dialogue. A world that looks […]

And perhaps grope

So Paul was invited to the great public convocation in the nation’s capital, where the rich and powerful were found, where they and ordinary citizens spoke their minds and hearts and listened to each other. He observed their search for value and meaning in public life, their interest in new ideas that might shape and […]

Like living stones

. . . like living stones, let yourselves be built into a spiritual house, to be a holy priesthood, to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. (1 Peter 2:5) The culture around us is celebrating Mothers Day today; the church is celebrating the Festival of the Christian Home. There’s an important difference, […]

The voice of authority

In the battle against fake news, Andreas Vlachos – a computer scientist living in England – is on the front lines. “I’m trying to channel my research,” he said, “into something that is useful for everyone who’s reading the news.”1 Combating fake news, finding a voice of authority we can depend on, is also useful […]