Remembering the past, thinking in the present, and imagining the future all interweave.
Out of the dust of the ground and by his own “inbreathing,” God also forms us, who say the Daily Office.
Miriam sings with joy and delight, and we are caught up in this painting. Her song has been sung at the Easter Vigil through the centuries and throughout the world.
Refresh my memory, / With words of Moses and Jesus, / To help me follow your ways / And imagine your future.
11 emerging scholars wrote papers on the themes “Mission in Oceania: Some Contexts and Currents.”
In preparation for Lambeth 2020, the aim of the webinar was to write a book, the first of three books by Anglican theologians from Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America.
There were more recognized martyrs in the 20th century than in the whole of previous Christian history. There are some books on the demography and phenomenology of persecution, but currently a lack of theological resources to help those who are undergoing persecution, some of whom are threatened with forced conversions.
It was a joy to be in the historic and vibrant city of Bengaluru, the digital capital of India, from October 17 to 24, and to meet up with so many theologians.