Resources for what matters most this week
Faith & the scientific senses: Observation
by Lawson Bryan
While many people are finding renewed interest in this new era of space exploration, those within the Christian tradition have special reason to embrace this news. The Christian tradition and its focus on a creating God who engages with creation has long incentivized people developing skills of observation, and the sciences that arose out of deploying such skills on the natural world. Read here
by Jim Harnish
I’m a big fan of All Saints’ Day which John Wesley called “a day I peculiarly love.” Charles Wesley taught us to sing: “Let saints on earth unite to sing with those to glory gone, for all the servants of our King in earth and heaven are one.” It’s also the day that points toward the promise of that day when God’s kingdom will fully come and God’s will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Read here
Debating justice and compassion
by Wesley Bros
Continuing to unfold the history of "incompatibility," our story picks up right after a vote was made to gloss over a sentence ensuring the human and civil rights of homosexuals, changing that word to “all persons.” Continuing struggles to maintain broad language ensued. Read here
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