First, be sure to read another “Theology from the Smallest” post from catechist Christine Sherratt. This time she reflects on a child’s understanding of Jesus as the Light of the world.
Mark Challies, over at Christianity Today, provides a theological analysis of emerging technologies in the interview “Christianizing the Social Network.”
Ian Carstairs, over at his blog Science and Religion, asks a provocative question in light of Stephen Hawking’s rejection of the afterlife: “Do Atheists Have a Soul?”
Daryl Hart discusses the decision by the PCUSA to remove the “fidelity and chastity” language from its constitution (effectively allowing the ordination of gay and lesbian people), lamenting that the work of theologians Karl Barth and Reinhold Niebuhr didn’t move the Reformed churches in a biblical direction.