A Dickens of a Time
with Theology

by Valerie Wilkinson

Imagine my astonishment when I threw myself into the immense challenge of building my own theology and kept coming back to Dickens.

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Magic Words

by Lucinda Nelson Dhavan

When I arrived in India, my tongue found its spiritual home; I could speak like an expert on any subject. I can't remember when I realized that no one was listening.

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The Fat Wife

by Caroline Wolfe

I missed the transformation of myself from lover to companion, from independent woman to carpool mother, from a younger to an older version of myself that I do not recognize.

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