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Survival and Growth Through Mindful Spirituality 

Photo by Jack Moreh from Freerange Stock Stress is a prevalent form of emotional, psychological, and affective tension when we cannot control exterior situations or pressure. Because it […]

By Hamin Kwak

Decolonial Indigenous Approaches to Seminary Education 

Attempting to teach an Indigenous pedagogy in the current Western seminary approach, content differences aside, is the proverbial attempt to fit a square peg in to a round hole. There are some things that Western educators can be made aware of to help with the fit, but it will never substitute ground-level Indigenous education via decolonized and Indigenized Indigenous mentors. 

By Randy S. Woodley

Escaping or Being in the World?

Over the past several months I have been revisiting some of my favourite books. I’ve gone back to the fantastical people and landscapes of Diana […]

By Eleanor McLaughlin

Corona Hermeneutics 1: Follow the Science?

Follow the Science has become the standard phrase among politicians and administrators for justifying ever stricter measures to fight the corona pandemic. Most people readily […]

By Jens Zimmermann