Monthly Archives: August 2015

“Does It Matter?”

Because religions exist within the larger social context, they also interact with the public sector. This also means that we might ask if the surrounding culture’s form of government affects faith groups. Larry Yang, a member of the Spirit Rock┬áTeacher’s┬áCouncil … Continue reading

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Being less afraid of who we are

It may seem strange in a blog intended to introduce topics that connect faith and the public sector to write about lessons from the dying. However, in the public square, lessons learned from those facing death can make us less … Continue reading

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Grace and Violence

In their book, Common Prayer, A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals, Shane Claiborne, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove and Enuma Okoro wrote a number of actions and words spoken and taken by notable faithful people from a variety of disciplines. They have also written … Continue reading

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