Q&A: Richard Rohr

Catholicism’s failings, protestantism’s ‘neurotic need for certitude’ and the importance of darkness: one of the world’s most influential Christians discusses mystery. Today, Catholics seem to be much better at handling mystery than Protestants. Would you say that’s true? Well, yes, because we’re still drawing upon the first 1500 years [of[…]

Q&A: Tony Campolo

The well-known Baptist leader applies his 80 years of experience to liberals and conservatives, arrogance and humility, Richard Rohr and John Piper. Liberal and conservative, progressive and traditional – both sides tend to have their proof texts to which they appeal. Is there something either ‘side’ could learn from the[…]

Q&A: Being The Change

Deborah Jamieson has served government at the highest level on the subject of gender based violence (GBV). Here she addresses key questions about the Church and access to justice. Deborah Jamieson Chief Executive Officer of Eliminate Domestic Violence the Global Foundation (EDV)and former Senior Policy Advisor for the Domestic Violence[…]

Jubilee, Interest & the Nature of Money

Jubilee, interest and the nature of money: Christianity has something to say to economics Does Christianity have something valuable to say about economics? I think it does. Israel was an agricultural community and at the heart of an agricultural community are weights and measures. Weights and measures are the means[…]

Q&A: Walter Brueggemann, Miroslav Volf & Richard Rohr On Communion

Walter Brueggemann, Miroslav Volf and Richard Rohr are thinkers from different traditions, theological schools and philosophical approaches – and they are all deeply influential within the body of Christ. The three 2014 Catalyst Live speakers answered questions about Communion for Mission Catalyst. Miroslav Volf Theologian and public intellectual Should Communion, the Eucharist,[…]