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"People don't care how much you know, until they know how much you care." These familiar words come from legendary adventurer and leader Theodore Roosevelt...but it is a safe bet to say that a certain first-century adventurer and leader named Paul would nod his head in agreement. In many ways, it is exactly what Paul was constantly trying to tell the Christians in Corinth, and certainly similar to his opening comment in today's reading: "Knowledge puffs up, but love builds up." What is our goal: to be right-minded...or big-hearted?Read full transcript...
ReadTheSpirit.com's David Crumm writes a personal reflection on the death of America’s sometimes beloved (and sometimes controversial) Bible scholar, Marcus Borg.
Americans enjoy football because, to a degree, football reflects the values of strength, courage, strategy, self-discipline, teamwork, and celebrity that American culture holds dear.... The problem develops when we let football (or other sports, or a military, or corporations, or other forces) define strength in terms of dominance.
In our blog post every Monday we will select a reading from the Revised Common Lectionary for the upcoming Sunday, and pair it with a Frederick Buechner reading on the same topic. On February 1, 2015 we will celebrate the Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany.
Why does women’s religious leadership matter? Most fundamentally, the presence of women and men as sacramental, liturgical, and pastoral leaders gives incarnate evidence of human creation in the image of God.
Americans are very health conscious. Regularly we see and hear reports about obesity, heart disease, and cancer. There is much concern currently over the flu virus that has swept the country.
In this short video interview from 2003, Frederick Buechner quotes Marcus Borg and expresses his appreciation for his work.
We have been living in a country where 99% of the population speaks Spanish. I am solidly in the 1%.
Mother’s Day Sunday, May 14, 1961, was the day Anniston exploded into national Civil Rights headlines. Read this gripping excerpt from Phil Noble's book, 'Beyond the Burning Bus.'
It is right and good that we pause to remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the occasion of what would have been his 86th birthday this week. It is fitting that we rededicate ourselves to the work he so faithfully pursued, which might be understood as freedom for black Americans. As a white child of the South, though, I see it as bigger than that.
In this series we explore several narratives from the Old Testament with an eye to discerning what provides a sound foundation and structure for 'God’s house'-which stands not only for God’s sanctuary, but for the people called by God’s name. In part 2, If God offered to give you one thing, what would you ask for? Featured Guest: Melvin Bray.