Christians need leaders -- and institutions -- to train us in how to fail.
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One of the foremost experts on theology and the arts talks about why “Do I like this?” is not the first question we should ask about works of art, and why sometimes silence is preferable to music.
Christians should be attentive to the ways in which the character of our community is shaped by the imaginative spaces we inhabit, says the dean of Duke Divinity School.
The best responses to God’s leadership in moments of controversy are awe, wonder and praise.