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Keeping Our Lamps Burning

Faith in a Time of Climate Peril Within a song or hymn, one can often find insights into how to cope with setbacks and hardships. The old African-American spiritual “Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning” presents a dim reality: a … Continue reading

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Defending the Common Good

August/September 2017 10 “Swamps” Where Christians Must Take Action (Defending the Common Good, Part 1) Chris Iosso How does the mission of the Church line up with the defense of the common good? In this opening editorial, Chris introduces both … Continue reading

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Between the Bang and the Whimper

Prophetic Hope in an Apocalyptic World “This is the way the world ends This is the way the world ends This is the way the world ends Not with a bang but with a whimper.” These famous lines from the … Continue reading

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To Dust You Shall Return

Climate Change and Christian Faith This week’s mini-series is a collaborative effort with Ecclesio. Check out these and other articles at www.ecclesio.com. Unbinding Creation: Children of Dust, Children of God, Ginna Bairby Climate change is a reality that simply cannot … Continue reading

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