Theology for Everybody: “Church”

The word church is quite common in our daily parlance. People talk about going to church or not going to church. People talk about joining a church or leaving a […]

Theology for Everybody: Lutheran Introduction

It’s a new year, which means it’s time for the first installment of Theology for Everybody! This column started last year as a way to help explain the technical language […]

Theology for Everybody: Sabbath

“What does the word Sabbath mean?” Great question! To Sabbath means to take a break from life’s work, to rest, and to give thanks to your Creator for life. One […]

Theology for Everybody: “Eucharist”

Rev. Drew Tucker dtucker@capital.edu Recently, I shared with the Embrace group an invitation to Eucharist. One splendidly wise soul immediately sent me a private message that suggested, “What is eucharist […]

The true, radical nature of International Women’s Day

Submitted by Alex Mathews, senior economics and history major with minors in political science and philosophy International Women’s Day has fallen victim to the American tradition of co-opting radical movements […]

Column: Theology for Everybody

Column by Rev. Drew Tucker, University Pastor  I’ve worked at Capital for over a year now. One incredible blessing is the diverse set of friends I’ve made in Capital Worship […]