The wise never make a decision when under duress. Time will tell. We will see what unfolds.
Growth doesn’t just cancel out all the struggles of suffering.
This is not your typical hearts-and-flowers gratitude book. This accounts for suffering and despair and unexpected election results...This is gratitude on the ground with the feet of people who are fighting and marching for a better world.
Instead of living in harmony, as fellow creatures of God, we treat animals like unfeeling machines. We put profits before principle, and the results are devastating to the whole of God’s creation.
If God was there at the cross, and Jesus rose again, then God could still be here —even after death, even after suffering, after divorce and betrayal. And the theology of the cross that is Lutheran not only heals, but it indicts.