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
staggering, saddening charts on the growth of income inequality in the world’s richest nation. 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
Trump promised to help us ordinary Americans. Given ties between Trump’s son-in-law and Chinese business, who is Trump really helping? Click here
Trump promised to help us ordinary Americans. Given his approach to trade , who is he really helping? Click here
Trump promised to help ordinary Americans. I’m an ordinary American and, given his family businesses, I want to know: who is he really helping? 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
check out this latest conversation on applying the relationality of the Trinity to public policy (based on Commonwealth and Covenant). Click here. For the complete series today, click here
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.
check out my new piece on the history and theology of debt and its applications today
Have a look at this new piece in Commonweal magazine on how sacrifice, covenantally and reciprocally understood, should be America’s new policy framework.
Listen to The Christian Humanist interview with Marcia Pally on Commonwealth and Covenant and on relationality, economics, and politics. Click here
Forget the mind-body split–bad physics, bad philosophy, bad theology. Have a look at the newest conversation, “The physical (material) and immaterial together in the cosmic system,” in my video series on relationality as a framework for public policy. Click here.
The latest conversation, #11, up live on YouTube: “Relationality in Nicholas of Cusa: Multi-perspectivism—Cusa pre-empts Kant.” Click here. For all conversations to date, click here. More coming each week!
the newest conversation, #10, in my series on theologies of relationality as a framework for public policy is now in YouTube. Click here.