In my last year of seminary, I experienced a crisis of faith that left me struggling for my theological voice for about ten years. Sure, there were basics I still affirmed, or wanted to affirm, but speaking my truths was… Read More ›
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Being a man in feminism isn’t easy and that’s how it is supposed to be.
In Constance FitzGerald’s article Impasse and Dark Night,* she draws from sixteenth century Spanish mystic and reformer St. John of the Cross-and his Dark Night of the Soul. FitzGerald moves from the individual’s experience of impasse to a larger societal… Read More ›