A Hard Forehead and A Stubborn Heart

There is a danger inherent in pastoral ministry: the danger of assuming a competitive and/or violent “us against them” framework, thinking the congregation to be your antagonist with whom you must contend. Ezekiel lends itself to such a reading. One hard forehead set against another. One righteously called by God, the other living in rebellion under the judgment of God and the call to repentance.

Letter & Liturgy

Christian Reviews of Ideas and Culture

Chris Damian

Catholicism, (homo)eros, and everthing else

Paradiso

"To live, to love is to be failed, to forgive, to have failed, to be forgiven, for ever and ever." Gillian Rose

Blowing on the Embers

seeking the sacred in the ordinary