From Moral Loneliness to Moral Companionship: In the Shelter of Each Other

It is in the shelter of each other that the people live. -Irish Proverb It was during the run up to the last election that I finally made the decision to start a blog. I had been having many conversations with Christian friends about politics and the general state of the United States. Like many… Continue reading From Moral Loneliness to Moral Companionship: In the Shelter of Each Other

From Moral Loneliness to Moral Companionship: Community of Truth

Truth-telling is related to our understanding of the common realm of human existence, our ability to appear in the world and share our experiences with one another. The modern age has taught us that rational truth is produced by the human mind; that we should be skeptical, cynical, and suspicious, and not trust our senses… Continue reading From Moral Loneliness to Moral Companionship: Community of Truth

From Moral Loneliness to Moral Companionship: Forging Deep Community

The topic of Christian community is one that as been on my mind for many years now. In the years after college as I was searching out my faith, I remember reading a C. S. Lewis passage in which the simple words "Our Lord" struck me with a new force. At that time I was… Continue reading From Moral Loneliness to Moral Companionship: Forging Deep Community

From Moral Loneliness to Moral Companionship: A Broken Society

It is often the expectation when discussing Christian involvement in politics, the focus will be on the merits of particular issues such as abortion, gender identity, religious freedom, environmental responsibility, or social justice. But what I have found in both personal conversations and and observing the social landscape is that those types of conversations often… Continue reading From Moral Loneliness to Moral Companionship: A Broken Society