In this post from the archives, Suzanne Ross debunks two misconceptions about mimetic theory while illustrating the choice it offers between dancing and violence.
Pastor Adam Ericksen explains how, as social beings, we imitate others consciously and unconsciously, even our enemies. He offers a model that leads us into love and inclusion.
As we look forward to the future with hope, Lindsey Paris-Lopez outlines three guiding principles to create lasting, impactful change for the better.
From the archives: Lindsey Paris-Lopez takes us to the Sermon on the Mount for a message of hope that is more timely and relevant than ever.
Suzanne Ross takes you out of your comfort zone as she examines two instances of goodness gone bad, and offers three ways to practice authentic goodness.
Pastor Adam Ericksen offers three reasons mimetic theory will give you hope even in these difficult times.
When pondering how the parables of Jesus can guide us in these disconcerting times, Lindsey Paris-Lopez discovers a new call to hope and determined action.
Get to know René Girard, his life, and one of the greatest discoveries of the 20th century: the mimetic insight.
Pastor Adam reflects on recent events, turns to the Bible to define “apocalypse,” and illuminates how to find hope in hopeless times.
In the story of “Solomon’s Wisdom in Judgement”, Pastor Adam Ericksen sees the prostitute who is willing to give up her child so he can live as a Christlike figure.