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Clint Wilson

Eating With the Enemy

It was a big game day in the city, when thousands had gathered for their favorite sporting event at the amphitheater. Children were laughing,...

Lord, Open Our Lips: A Manifesto for the Daily Offices

I have heard it said the monks of Mt. Athos, whose daily existence and lives are surrounded by the waters of the mighty Mediterranean Sea,...

Kneel Down and Fight

Birmingham, Alabama, in the 1990s was, like so many other Southern cities, struggling to find an identity and possessing a hollowed-out urban core before...

How To Hate Your Family

By Clinton Wilson Whether we are speaking of our families, or any relationships in which we find ourselves, we must learn to hate them in...

Ash and Johnny Cash

By Clint Wilson I don’t always turn to music stars for spiritual nourishment, but when I do, I turn toward Johnny Cash. A few years ago,...

Forgiveness and Guilt in a Cancel Culture World

By Clint Wilson Writing in spring of 2017, Wilfrid M. McClay penned an article entitled “The Strange Persistence of Guilt,” which garnered a decent amount...

Every Idol Demands Human Sacrifice

By Clint Wilson These past few years of American cultural life have provided the preconditions for what could become what the Romans called a bellum...

Equipping the (Young) Saints

By Clint Wilson I would like to share with you the single most effective way I have encountered to develop mature, culturally-engaged, young adult Christian leaders,...

Six Lessons for a New Pandemic Rector

By Clint Wilson I arrived in my parish five weeks before the pandemic hit Louisville, Ky. Is this what it felt like to start as a...

Adopted in Baptism

By Clint Wilson I am now at the stage in life where I have become familiar with the plot lines of many children’s stories, including The...