Tag Archives: Dualism

Vocations as Sacramental Signposts

I began with the sainted story of California. Like all of life, and the history of every people and every place, the story of California is a complex one, even a messy one. On the one hand, what we know … more »

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On Faith

“Do you have faith?” We were sitting in a cafe for lunch today, talking about the world and our place in it. A generation apart, she came to Washington a few years ago, and works on international human rights questions, … more »

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A Disposition to Dualism

A disposition to dualism. The image caught me, thinking through my work last week. From teaching here in Washington, to speaking in Birmingham and Chicago, those words captured what I saw and heard. But what is dualism? and why does … more »

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Missio on Daniel: A No Dualism Zone

As I read through Daniel 6 it struck me that there was not a hint of dualism between the sacred and secular in Daniel’s life.  Rather, his faith informed his work and in turn his work, enabled and blessed by … more »

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