The church has long neglected the third aspect of the Trinity, reducing it to a philosophical concept. But the Spirit is concrete and tangible, and recovering it is critical to the pursuit of reconciliation and social justice, the theologian says in this interview.
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A North Carolina program for clergy, congregations and communities called Life Around the Table focuses on eating well as a way to nurture healthy Christian communities. The key, as its founder says in this interview, is developing a eucharistic imagination.
Nate Stucky, director of the Farminary, checks a rain gauge at the farm owned by Princeton Theological Seminary.
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Students at Princeton Theological Seminary engage in physical and intellectual labor at the Farminary, where they learn about the interconnectedness of life and death.
The sanctuary of Central Congregational UCC in Atlanta looks out upon 8 acres of woods, which the congregation has been working to restore.
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Under the guidance of a visionary minister and an energetic lay leader, Central Congregational UCC turned its overgrown 8-acre forest into a nature preserve. The payoff has been far greater than the church expected.
Marchers take part in the Una Terra, Una Familia (One Earth, One Family) March on June 28, 2015, in St. Peter's Square. The multifaith, multinational group was in the square to thank and support Pope Francis for his papal encyclical “Laudato Si.”
Photos courtesy of Emily Wirzba
A young Christian leader shares her experience at the Emerging Leaders Multi-Faith Climate Convergence, where young adults from many nations and traditions gathered in the wake of the recent papal encyclical.
Whether adjective, noun or verb, “barbecue” has a theological dimension that is deeply enmeshed in church culture -- especially in the African-American church, writes the culinary historian, barbecue judge and executive director of the Colorado Council of Churches.