I was a sophomore in Theresa Sanders‘s “Systematic Theology” course. Over the course of the semester, we read (at least most of) Karl Rahner’s Foundations of Christian Faith–difficult yet exhilarating work that solidified for me that […]
There is Really Nothing One Can Say
By: Jessica Coblentz Last Sunday when the story of Jesus’s passion finished, the presider at Mass deliberately sat down in his chair and said nothing. Silence crept over the large urban sanctuary, accented by sounds […]
No More Fear. It’s Time for Christians to Talk About Sexual Violence.
By Jenny Peek I first saw the crippling power of fear in Christian responses to sexual violence during my freshman year of college. My friend Alicia*, who had been sexually assaulted the year before, was […]
Seeking Silence: An Interview With Kevin M Johnson
One of Daily Theology’s contributors, Kevin M. Johnson had a detailed interview with the blog Cosmos The In Lost about the Christian contemplative tradition, his role as director of the Lay Association, The Inner Room, […]
Ten Recommended Books for Catholic College Students
To be frank, this post comes from the confluence of three things. First, there’s a meme going around the old Facebook where those who are tagged are asked to name 10 books that have had […]
In Silence, Humbly Beholding the Christ
It starts in a room of silence. A room where disciples are gathered together in fear, in worry and in prayer. An Inner Room where disciples behold the Christ in secret (Matthew 6:6). It is […]
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