Psalm 37: “Don’t You Worry”

By Hannah Matis Andrew Bird is not a musician I would expect, in the ordinary way of things, to take up biblical exegesis.  A prodigy fiddler, possessed of a stage whistle worthy of the late great Ennio Morr... Read More...

More Thoughts on Trump, Race, and America

By Mark Clavier I have been watching events in America from afar with profound sadness, not least coming as they do on the heels of protests about COVID-19 restrictions. While in much of the world, the pandemic has produced a renewal of community-spirit, in... Read More...

On Plagues and Temples

By Paul D. Wheatley Then one of the four living creatures gave the seven angels seven golden bowls full of the wrath of God, who lives forever and ever; and the temple was filled with smoke from the glory of G... Read More...

The Table: A post-political liturgy

In the wake of the inauguration, I propose the following. Churches should create a community-oriented event called the Table. The goal here is to create a space in which political partisanship takes a back seat to human interaction, and thus defuses fear of the political “other.”