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The Rebel Monk

The Rebel Monk

This week’s New York Times Op-Doc is “Rebel Monk,” a brief and witty animated history of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. Directed by Max Mönch, Alexander Lahl and Philipp Seefeldt, it tells the story of a radical idea growing, mutating and spiraling out of control. Mönch and Lahl previously made the Op-Doc “Broken: The Women’s Prison at Hoheneck,” which won the Short Film Jury Award in animation at the Sundance Film Festival last year.

Landrum Bolling, Earlham College Past president Passes At 104

Landrum Bolling, Earlham College Past president Passes At 104

Landrum Bolling, a 15-year president of Earlham College who also worked to achieve peace in the Middle East, has died at age 104.
 
Bolling's death was announced Thursday by current President Alan Price in an email to alumni.
 

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Insights into Religion Understanding our Similiarities and Differences

Through studying the religious and spiritual practices of other religions we can learn how to grow our own communities, how to live in peace with our neighbors and learn more about our own traditions spiritual practices.

Sermon Resources from the Liturgical Letter

Sermon Resources from the Liturgical Letter

Sermon Resources from the Liturgical Letter 
 
 
Christ is Born! Let the heavens be glad, and let the earth rejoice (Psalm 96), for Jesus Christ redeems us from all of our sins (Titus 2:11-14). The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light (Isaiah 9:2-7). Jesus Christ is born (Luke 2:1-20)! – Thomas Oden, Ancient Christian Devotional

Touching ‘To Be Sure’ of Reality

Touching ‘To Be Sure’ of Reality

What might seem almost superstitious at first could however have deeper reasons. The assurance that touch gives us makes it rather special in our epistemic life.

Longing for Home at Advent from Faith & Leadership

Longing for Home at Advent from Faith & Leadership

Longing for home is deeply embedded in the human psyche. It is an innate hunger, buried deeper even than our memories or imaginings. It is a yearning for the best of what has been and the anticipation of what can be. We hunger for the home we remember and long for the home of which we dream.
 

Lazy Brains and How Negativity Gets in the Way

Lazy Brains and How Negativity Gets in the Way

Hansen too calls negative reflexes "cognitively lazy". It's much easier to say something is wrong than to think about how it could become right. While it takes cognitive effort to reject your first impulse and make the more rational or helpful observation, it is one that can offer huge dividends.  [More About What To Do ...].

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