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Thinking the Faith, Praying the Faith, Living the Faith is written by the PC(USA) Office of Theology and Worship.

Thinking, praying, and living the faith is at the core of ministry in the Office of Theology and Worship. In the following videos, learn more about what thinking, praying, and living the faith means to the leadership of the Office of Theology and Worship. Discover why it matters and what difference it makes in our lives, work, and worship.  

Charles Wiley  
Barry Ensign-George
David Gambrell
Christine Hong 
Karen Russell

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July 2, 2013

International Museum of Women: Muslima

Experience Muslima, an online art exhibition featuring the stories of Muslim women from around the world.

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April 22, 2013

Reflections on Peacemaking

As someone who promotes peace through interfaith relationships and engagement and has a deep respect and love for the North American Muslim community, my gut instinct was to join the silent and not so silent cry of this now well-read Washington Post article: “Please don’t be Muslim.” 

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April 25, 2011

Love Wins

Love Wins seems like a particularly appropriate subject for the day after Easter, the day we celebrate the triumph of Jesus Christ (warning: YouTube link). I finally got around to reading Rob Bell’s Book, Love Wins (if you haven’t heard...

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April 8, 2011

Practicing Presbyterian

It’s interesting to me that what makes the difference between being a nominal and faithful religious devotee is practice. “He's a practicing Jew,” someone will say, or “I’m a practicing Roman Catholic.” Not just a Jew or a Catholic, but...

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March 29, 2011

Do We Worship the Same God?

This is a question at the heart of a Christian understanding of other faiths. I do not believe this question has a universal answer, but must be dealt with in particular situations. For instance, I think it is clear that...

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