Have a look at my chapter in Religion and Democracy on making covenant and the common good the guide to economic and political policies. Click here or type into your browser: https://marciapally.com/more-than-a-resource-covenant-as-a-basis-for-societal-organization/ Religion and Democracy image
a provocative assessment of the world we’re leaving for our (grand)children. Politics aside, what should people of all political and religious stripes could be doing about it. Click here
Have a look at the latest discussion in my series on relationality as a framework for economic and political policy. Topics include covenant in the Christian tradition and why do we need God talk for ethics and morality? To view all 21 conversations, click here
Click here for conversation 20, on Trinity and Covenant, in my series of discussions on relationality as a framework for public policy. Click here for all the discussions to date
my piece — click here–on economics, debt, and the Lord’s prayer was re-printed in Religion & Ethics, after its first publication in Living Church/Christian Living.
Have a look at this new piece in Commonweal magazine on how sacrifice, covenantally and reciprocally understood, should be America’s new policy framework.
The latest conversation in my series on relationality as a framework for public policy is now live. Click here
Conversation 13, “Relationality in the Judaic Tradition: Covenant,” the latest in my series on relationality as a basis for economic and political policy, is published. Click here
Have a look at my article on sacrifice and covenant as a framework for politics Click here
Here’s my piece on the foedus (covenantal/federal) basis of our independence, what happens when we lose sight of it, and what it tells us about picking a president. Click here
click here for my new RNS column on what criteria we should use to choose a president.