Nuance is a podcast of The Collaborative where we wrestle together about living our Christian faith at work. Nuance invites Christians in the workplace to pursue the cultural and economic renewal of the city by living out faith through work. Each episode, Dr. Case Thorp and Crosland Stuart host conversations with Christian thinkers and leaders at the forefront … Read more
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and Fujimura creatively seeks to articulate an answer. In reaction to industrialization’s impact on faith, theology, and the church, Fujiumra’s answer rests not just in new starting points, reformed convictions, or reignited passions. His vision, well bathed in N.T. Wright’s popular eschatology, repeatedly comes back to the church and her mission, one’s individual faith and practice, and the call to be makers as our God is the maker/Creator.
rst and second episodes. Someone said during the pandemic that, ”In our urgency to return to our normal lives, make sure we are rushing back those things that are worth rushing back to.”
Today is the second installment of our audiocast, Feast of Ideas (see previous blog post for the first episode.) The discussion picks up with Ken Myers unpacking the premise he put forward in the first audiocast that the renewal of theology and the renewal of the church are fundamental to all other renewals.
This Feast of Ideas audiocast is a three-part series and is made possible by the joint effort of Made to Flourish and The Collaborative. Today we are publishing the first installment with Case Thorp and Justin Holcomb as the co-hosts for this one as well as the second and third installments. Their commentary ensures that we don’t miss anything.
With the dawning of any new year, there is a sense that we get to start over with a clean slate. As we begin again, there are important lessons we should have learned from 2020. It is not enough to just remember them, but rather we need to find ways to incorporate them into our lives.
“Long lay the world, in sin and error pining‘Til He appeared and the soul felt its worthA thrill of hope, the weary world rejoicesFor yonder breaks, a new and glorious morn” ~ O Holy Night, Composed by Adolphe Adam, lyrics by Placide Cappeau As a kid, I counted down the days: December 18th; December 19th; … Read more
American evangelicals are not oppressed or persecuted as many are in the world. Yet, the metaphor of exile helps for it is both Biblical and tangible. David Brooks, New York Times columnist, notes, “Christians are now learning how to become an exiled minority.” As such, the Biblical accounts of the Israelites in Egypt, and later Babylon, presage the Christian experience today.
Authored by Case Thorp and Dave Strunk This is the first of a series of three blog posts by Case Thorp on the upcoming election. These articles are not designed to tell you how to vote, rather they are to help us frame our thinking in these unsettled and volatile times. Our engagement in the … Read more
The sweet fragrance of sawdust simply does not translate online. Sawdust, the wood shavings of my youth, and now my adulthood, were originally an innovative flooring solution for nineteenth century Christians worshipping in open-air pavilions called tabernacles. They needed a way to keep the dirt and dust down during the heat of summer and the … Read more