Tag: practical theology
Every church is a sociological reality. As such it is subject to the laws which determine the life of social groups with all their ambiguities. Paul Tillich  As far back as I can remember, I’ve had “sociological imagination.” One of my earliest childhood memories is sitting in our backyard thinking about my cousins, who […]
How is Christ king? Can I answer this question? At a minimum, can I answer this question for myself? Can I answer it without using “church language” which, if and when I make the effort to translate it into the language we use every day in our homes and on our jobs and hanging out […]
Elizabeth Sands Wise has written a profound and beautiful reflection on the Trinity, and vocation, and grace, which I commend and which I hope many will read.