Living an Ecumenical Life is a blog to reflect on the church and the world, theology, ecclesiology, ecumenism, and pastoral life.
About the Blog
This blog is a place to discuss the challenges facing the church in the present day. While the blog’s authors are Lutheran and the theology of the blog reflects that background, theology of all expressions and traditions is welcome. Published materials include articles, opinion pieces, sermons, Bible studies, and other materials.
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Header Image: A photo of Kennicott – Wrangell-St. Elias from the National Park Service, Alaska Region. Image is in the public domain.
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