There is no divorce between the secular and the sacred.
Quote of the Week
Creation separated from redemption will always result in the secularization of life.
Why early Christians were leaders in the arts, in learning and in the sciences.
The biblical and historical understanding of the incarnation is that God becomes creation.
Remembering our founder, Bob Webber.
Why did the West, which was once so thoroughly influenced by the Christian faith, fall prey to secularization and privatism?
Making this world the theater of God’s glory.
There is more to Christianity than the personal side of the faith.
We are called to live in our baptismal identity in Christ’s resurrection.
I sensed this was the week that above all weeks was to be set aside for the journey into death.
All creation is rendered holy by the incarnation.
The western church has lost its divine narrative.
“We believe. We behave. We belong.”
Jesus himself is our ethic.
The divine narrative changes lives.