Posted Wednesday, Sep 16, 2009 4:27:39 PM
In this week's Texas Faith: Greed, gluttony and Wall Street's collapse
Posted Wednesday, Sep 9, 2009 3:43:47 PM
In this week's Texas Faith: How did our civil debate become so uncivil?
Posted Wednesday, Aug 26, 2009 3:51:20 PM
This week's TEXAS FAITH: Do we put too great a premium on our biological lives? Cynthia Rigby and Joe Clifford respond.
Posted Wednesday, Aug 19, 2009 4:28:31 PM
This week's question in the Dallas Morning News religion blog, TEXAS FAITH:
How would you make a case for mutual engagement between science and religion?
Posted Tuesday, Aug 11, 2009 2:03:52 PM
In this week's Texas Faith at the Dallas Morning News: Has the God-and-candidates connection gone too far?
Posted Tuesday, Aug 4, 2009 2:45:23 PM
Michael Jinkins in the Call & Response Blog -- Economists are no more rational than theologians
Posted Tuesday, Aug 4, 2009 2:40:43 PM
In this week's Texas Faith...
This week's question comes from Texas Faith panelist Amy Martin, and it certainly is appropriate given that we're still enjoying summer, a time many of us associate with play. Here it is:
We live in society where so much attention is devoted to work. But we're headed into August, the vacation month. What do your spiritual paths say about the role of play?
Posted Tuesday, Jul 28, 2009 1:04:09 PM
Seeing the “dazzling theater”
Calvin Jubilee speaker kicks off conference celebrating 500th birthday
by Bethany Furkin
Presbyterian News Service
MONTREAT, NC — John Calvin, credited as the father of Reformed tradition, said that the glory of God is unfathomable, but its evidence is everywhere, impossible to miss, a leading Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) theologian said here July 8.
Posted Tuesday, Jul 28, 2009 12:57:41 PM
Presbyterian Women: “Speak up!”
Written by Jack Haberer, OUTLOOK editor
“Remember when we were little and not supposed to talk back?” asked Cynthia Rigby of the 2,500 participants attending the Churchwide Gathering of Presbyterian Women in worship July 14.
Posted Thursday, Jul 2, 2009 2:48:38 PM
Read Michael Jinkins' blogs this week on faith, reason and the economy