In a special edition of The Living Church Podcast, former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams discusses his latest book, The Way of St. Benedict. He describes how he drew on decades of fascination with Bene... Read More...
By Pierre Whalon President Emmanuel Macron of France, in a speech on March 12, 2020, described what he thinks needs to happen after the epidemic is over : We will have to learn the lessons of the moment we are going through, to question the development mo... Read More...
Remembering the past, thinking in the present, and imagining the future all interweave.
Rowan Williams remembers George Lindbeck's influence on theology.
We have been encouraged in the modern, post-transition age to lose a sense of narrative in our humanity.
Marred by hagiography and mired in heresiology, the Reformation is deeply polarizing.
One of the significant goods of grappling with “difficult” works of art (or theological lectures) is the way doing so can provide training for enduring the ordinary difficulties of life.