The Muse of Doubt, Cartesian Anxiety, and the Winding Path of Faith

Dan Collison

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is lead pastor of First Covenant Church in Minneapolis. A research fellow at the Collegeville Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research Fellow and an organizer of the Minneapolis Multi-Faith Network, he received a doctoral degree in ministry from Fuller Seminary. Before becoming a pastor, Dan and his wife, Holly, ran an adult foster care home for men with developmental disabilities where he learned the importance and rewards of servanthood.
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June 22nd, 2014

What would happen if, rather than “making an idol out of certainty” and shunning uncertainty, we leaned into it? A pastor wonders whether doubt might make us more empathic and less anxious society.

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February 19th, 2014

How do we fulfill the dream that was bequeathed to us? By practicing the joyful art of doing life together across racial categories without fear.