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Is Religion Holding Us Back?

Ecumenical and Interfaith Justice Work in a Post-Secular Age In 1990, the World Council of Churches released its Guidelines on Dialogue with People of Living Faiths and Ideologies. While this is not the most recent (or perhaps the most widely … Continue reading

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The Missional Church: The Church Catholic

I was teaching youth and college Sunday school a few years ago, and we were discussing the Apostles’ Creed, particularly the part where Christians confess belief in the ‘holy and catholic church’. One student spoke up and asked what the … Continue reading

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Interview with Jim Irby

Unbound: What was your role in the education system? Jim: I worked with a nonprofit organization that partners with schools to provide small-group and one-on-one tutoring, mentoring, and encouragement. Additionally, I provided after-school and summer programming for students and designed extracurricular … Continue reading

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Getting a Hearing on Climate Change

Read Eric Mount’s Interview with Wendell Berry here. In the September 2014 issue of The Atlantic, Charles Mann seeks a way beyond the impasse between crisis environmentalists and economists on the issue of climate change. His question is apparent in … Continue reading

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