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Book Review: A Quiet Mind: Uniting Body, Mind and Emotions in Christian Spirituality by the Rev. Eva McIntyre

If we’re honest, most of us recognize that we regularly tell ourselves negative things about ourselves. While we each have versions of this negative “self-talk,” in some way we each say things to ourselves like, “You’re not good enough. You … Continue reading

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What Good Is Religion if the Facts Aren’t True?

For some time, there has been significant debate about whether the facts in the Bible are true. This debate has been framed in a variety of ways. In the early twentieth century, biblical scholars searched for evidence of the historical … Continue reading

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Spiritual Imperialism and Spiritual Practice

While enjoying lunch recently with the rector of an Episcopal Church near my home, I was asked a seemingly innocent question. It was one of those questions meant to be a kind of conversation starter. My colleague inquired, “What’s new … Continue reading

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