Archive for 2014

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Epiphany, Poverty, and Foreign Policy

The following is a transcript from January 6, 2014, in Christ Chapel of Gustavus Adolphus College (St. Peter, MN). As part of the “Daily Sabbath” January-Term rhythm, this homily examines Matthew 2:1-12 and considers the relationship between theology and development. The work of the late South African theologian Steve de Gruchy (“Wise Men Bearing Gifts”, […]

Becoming Communities of Theologians

I fell in love with theology in college.  I was a chemistry major, but my search for a God that was lovable, for a church that had enough spaciousness for a curious mind, and for a spiritual community that embodied the equality of women and men led me to enroll in as many religion classes […]