Mike Kuhn

July 11, 2019

Getting the Trinity out of the Ivory Tower

by Mike Kuhn Are there any “ivory tower theologians” out there? I have never seen an ivory tower…and I suppose that’s the point. Ivory tower theologians are presumably dealing with things nobody cares about, things that make no practical difference in day-to-day life. I remember chuckling at “Owl” as I […]
June 20, 2019

Muslim-Christian Relations and Freedom of Conscience

by Mike Kuhn In reflecting over the long history of Muslim-Christian interaction, it appears some hopeful winds of change are blowing. I realize that runs counter to the conventional view that Islamophobia is on the rise…which I acknowledge. Nevertheless, I see some hopeful signs.
January 17, 2019

East and West: Putting Our Best Foot Forward

by Mike kuhn I recently learned that Eugene Peterson, author, pastor and Bible translator, passed away. At the same time, I was also reflecting on the death of a cherished and esteemed leader of the church in the Middle East—Ghassan Khalaf, pastor, mentor, theologian and Bible translator who also served […]