What We Read This Week


Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week!


HEALTH

Take Time to Pause for Self-Care

We’re in the midst of an extraordinary time. Deadly wildfires, ongoing desperation in Puerto Rico, the acquittal of the yet another police officer—this time the one who killed Anthony Lamar Smith—and continued twitter harassment from our troller-in-chief. Oh yeah, and threats of nuclear holocaust….Sometimes we forget to take care…Read Full Article

From Yes!magazine


NEWS

Blessing Robots: Is a Technological Reformation Coming?

…And in the same way Luther used the emerging technologies of his day, the church’s robot has sparked conversation and debate; this time, addressing the relationships between humans and machines — and whether they might lead the church to a technological reformation…Read Full Article

From Sojourners


SCIENCE

What are Diablo Winds?

The winds fanning the catastrophic Northern California fires are borne out of a complicated mash-up of meteorology, physics, geography, and topography…Read Full Article

From treehugger


FAITH

A complicated icon

As Protestants celebrate a milestone anniversary, the writer ventures to Germany in search of the real Martin Luther…Read Full Article

From ucobserver


CHURCH

Pastoral Care as Public Theology: A Conversation with Tim Keller-Why the church being a church is a gift to society.

In a recent conversation, Dr. Keller and Comment editor in chief James K.A. Smith discussed how the nitty-gritty work of pastoral care and church discipline is fundamental to the church’s witness in a globalized world. Here’s the first part of that conversation. The rest can be found in Comment‘s upcoming Fall 2017 issue, A Church for the WorldRead Full Article

From comment


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Author:Wood Lake Publishing

At Wood Lake Publishing we are passionate about supporting and encouraging an emerging form of Christianity, which is rooted in ancient wisdom and attentive to the movement of spirit in our day. Visit us online at woodlakebooks.com

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