Let us pray for grocery store workers, delivery drivers, and those with essential jobs Let us pray for those who are facing unemployment Let us pray for comfort and patience while in isolation Let us pray for wisdom, strength, and faith beyond our own Let us pray for those who are grieving from the sudden loss of loved ones Let us pray that our necessary items are available at grocery stores Let us pray for love and selflessness Let us pray that we arise from this pandemic stronger and wiser Let us pray for meaningful moments of reflection Let us pray [...]
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School of Theology and Ministry Alumna, Rev. Leah M Klug MDiv BCC, was featured in a recent New York Times article Hospital Chaplains Try to Keep the Faith During the Coronavirus Pandemic.
No theologian of any reputation would dare to tackle the entirety of evil or theodicy and yet we know the first task of theology is to critique the revise the language of the church. This includes not only the language of uttered speech but also the language of radical involvement in the world. To that end, we will engage in looking at moral evil, which manifests as radical suffering as being the result of creating a radical other. By moral evil, we mean that which is the control of human agents verses, that which is the result of nature or [...]