"Internet discourse tends to promote heat rather than light, polarization rather than genuine engagement."
How do we avoid the vicious extremes of closed-minded dogmatism and total skepticism?
Sometimes I have prosopagnosia when it comes to seeing God.
James K.A. Smith, Betsy Barber, and Todd Pickett discuss: suspicions about psychology in Christian spirituality, ancient psychologists' insight on spiritual formation, why the body is so important in Christian theology and spiritual practice, prayer, and formation of the whole person.
On one hand, I am deeply committed to faith in Christ, and I have religious convictions that I believe are important. On the other hand, I have a deep desire to foster peaceful relationships with those around me, including those who believe differently.
An exclusive From the Table interview with Justin Barrett, Thrive Professor of Psychology at Fuller School of Psychology.