Adversity happens. Some people display resiliency and manage to bounce back from their trials. Still others actually grow from their trials. How can this be? Lynn Underwood writes on post-traumatic growth.
"To paraphrase Carly Simon: You’re so vain you probably think this post is about you, don’t you?" Philosopher Rebecca DeYoung is not writing about you. She's writing about the forgotten vice of vainglory.
Michael Wright suggests, "Poetry can help us name subtle spiritual experiences. The right poetic metaphor can create new contemplative space in our minds and hearts, and as we begin to read poems with spiritual themes, a path comes into focus that can guide us from exile to kinship."
What is the connection between the suffering of Christ's atonement and our sanctification and spiritual formation?
What is the nature and spiritual effect of sin? And how can a spiritual psychology of sin contribute to human growth and sanctification? How might we understand our signature sins: Lust, Greed, Sloth, and Fear?
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