Tagged: vulnerability

How Good and Pleasant It Is!

By Stefie Dominguez Tim Keller shares this truth about human beings: To be loved but not known is comforting but superficial. To be known and not loved is our greatest fear. But to be...

Friction-Free Activism

by Andy Crouch The reward structure of video games—the simulated authority and vulnerability of virtual reality—is increasingly colonizing our interactions with the most serious matters of the real world as well. Like technologically mediated...

ACT LIKE MEN by James MacDonald

Reviewed by Don Neufeld Into the world of broad upheaval and fluid transformation in matters of understanding gender and the corresponding roles that characterize our lives, James MacDonald brings a perspective of self-assured clarity...

Evangelism Q&A: On Being Evangelized

Learning from “the other” with Samir Selmanovic interview by Kristyn Komarnicki Samir Selmanovic is an author, speaker, and community organizer known particularly for his work in interfaith dialogue. Born and raised in a culturally...

The Power of Vulnerability

by Tried with Fire Recently, I had the privilege of attending an Oriented to Love event, a dialogue about sexual diversity in the church. I had no idea what to expect when I signed...