Kierkegaard – God – Movement | encrusted words

Roland DeVries:  “The second of two reflections I offered on the prayers of Kierkegaard at the retreat of The Presbyterian College this year. Like everything, Kierkegaard looks “slant” at the idea of God…” Source: Kierkegaard – God – Movement | … Continue reading →

General Assembly as Interfaith Dialogue — Interacting with a Perspective from the Rev. Joseph Gray

This article, positioned under the line below, was originally published on June 12 in the congregational newsletter of Grace West Hill, Presbyterian, “Grace to You”.  It re-blogged here as a guest post with the author’s permission. In this piece pastor … Continue reading →

Massimo Faggioli: It’s the ecology, stupid: pope’s encyclical shakes up US politics

Hooray, for the Pope! Preach it, pastor, preach it! You can read Pope Francis’ encyclical Letter ‘Laudato si’ on the Vatican website by CLICKING HERE. (Note:   I own the Pope as a brother in Christ.  I don’t believe he … Continue reading →