The result is that we are all beginning to understand one another better. To separate issues from people. To learn to love and be loved.
Beyond just the loss of Williams and his creative force, I also find myself mourning the inescapable reality that so much of what brings us joy and life is borne out of such deep and destructive pain.
My good friend Jeff Johnson has posted a brilliant and evocative piece over on his Our Human Life blog. Jeff raises some important issues that all of us trying to follow Jesus and seek shalom need to explore. Will we continue to pay lip service to a nebulous concept of peace, or will we … Continue reading A Declaration of Peace
If the pen is indeed mightier than the sword, it can’t simply become a sword. It must serve a higher purpose.
Our power to rationalize is indeed formidable. But mostly, it’s bull...