Dialogue: Staying Human in a Media Age by Jonathan L. Walton We need to be self-critical about why and how we use different media forms in ministry. Praying My Tweets by Anne Robertson Twitter can connect us to the suffering world, if we follow the right sources. The Spiritual Ground of History by Cameron McWhirter Good historical research and writing needs to include a spiritual component. Interfaith Moments by Jalees Rehman Transformative interfaith dialogue is more likely to occur when people of faith encounter one another as fellow travelers.
Featured: Beyond the End of the World by Zachary Ugolnik After a monastery stay, the author takes a job on an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico where he discovers some uncanny similarities between the two communities. The How-To's of Accessibility by Mark I. Pinsky Accepting people with physical and intellectual disabilities into religious congregations often has more to do with attitude and effort than with economics. A Jamesian Personscape by John J. McDermott The philosophy of William James can be helpful to recovering alcoholics, especially his ideas about "the sick soul" and his affirmation of "the possibility of possibility." The Thorny Paths of Su Xuelin by Zhange Ni This Chinese writer's artistic and scholarly activities, and her ties to other women, were closely related to her practice and study of religion.