Q: Who made me?
Tags: CHRISTIAN life
- A firm stand. // Christian Science Monitor;1/15/97, Vol. 89 Issue 35, p17
Gives information on how to use the Bible and its teachings when a crisis occurs in your life. Scripture verses and how they can help you; Writer's faith in God's ability to help in times of trouble.
- Religious orders. Chittister, Joan // National Catholic Reporter;2/18/94, Vol. 30 Issue 16, p13
Features ten topics that will affect the future of religious life. Viability of religious life; Worthiness; Effect of the institutional church on the development of religious life; Relation of religious life to the women's movement; Relationship of religious life and ministry; Individualism and...
- Almost vanity. Marty, M.E. // Christian Century;9/6/89-9/13/89, Vol. 106 Issue 25, p799
Opinion. A somewhat humorous reflection on the book of Ecclesiastes' claim that `All is vanity.' Since even the rich and famous will one day be forgotten, it is best to live a life of faith among those with whom we live.
- The power of God-with-us. // Christian Century;3/14/90, Vol. 107 Issue 9, p275
Theologian Carter Heyward describes how her ideas have changed and what she is in the process of learning. Serenity and the struggle for justice; Importance of relationships for study; Feminist writers; Healing as fiding redemption in suffering.
- Renewed appreciation for an unchanging story. Achtemeier, E. // Christian Century;6/13/90, Vol. 107 Issue 19, p596
Part 5. Describes the author's renewed appreciation for the Biblical story. Repentance due for the 1960s; Need for God's guidance; Problems in contemporary feminism; Failure of the pulpit.
- `Rub poor lil' Judas's head.' Williams, D.S. // Christian Century;10/24/90, Vol. 107 Issue 30, p963
Reflects on a line about Judas in heaven from an old African-American slave spiritual song. Forgiveness and compassion; Unexpected message.
- Meeting God in Carolina. Johnson, J.; Johnson, K. // Commonweal;2/9/90, Vol. 117 Issue 3, p83
Presents a description by two Roman Catholic medical workers of how their faith influences their daily lives. Clinic work among the poor; Anti-Catholicism; Discrimination against women; Hunger for God.
- The ordinariness of God. O'Hanlon, D.J. // Commonweal;1/11/91, Vol. 118 Issue 1, p14
Discusses the author's attempt to see how his Christian spirituality could be enriched by contact with the religious traditions of Africa. The impact of African oral religious tradition; Characteristics of African spirituality.
- No time for end times. Clapp, R. // Christianity Today;10/2/87, Vol. 31 Issue 14, p15
Editorial. Living for today does little to encourage those seeking a future hope to look our way. And people are looking. By avoiding the question of Christ's return we give the world a less than complete gospel--a story of hope with interesting characters but no plot.
- The problem of pleasure. Yancey, P. // Christianity Today;6/17/88, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p80
Editorial. Consideration of different types of fun and pleasure. Questions of the whys and wherefores of pleasure; G.K. Chesterton's writing on pleasure; Discussion of what is seen as society's decadence; Suggestion that demonstration to the world that pleasure is derived from God might be...