Having faith that life is worth living in community with others is more revelatory than subscribing to a set of doctrines and fundamentals.
Homelessness is complex, and paying attention to people without a place to call “home” can teach us about them and ourselves.
The difference between “healed” and “cured” is more than semantic; it is a matter of how we view life.
Milton, Wordsworth, and Arnold provide the language for a retired teacher and a former student to communicate when normal words cannot.
What are the fundamental issues of the health care debate; and why are we avoiding them?
Compassion is not a gentle idea; it turns the world upside down. The Golden Rule is subversive, which is what we need to survive.
Love God, love your neighbor, love the creator and love the creation. It makes a crucial difference.
Phil Blackwell delivers vignettes late on a Sunday night with Allegra Montanari on cello.
Reverend Phil Blackwell talks about The controversial UW Madison Class “The Problem of Whiteness” and discusses the issue of White Privilege in society.