[New Podcast Episode!] Theologizing Life: The Kingdom Jesus Preached (Part 2)
The ethics of the Kingdom of Heaven directly impact the way we interpret our world. Anthony and I discuss how the implications of the Kingdom Jesus preached might lead us to wrestle with our current beliefs and values. Topics include: Our view of other people (even those who are different from us) Our understanding of…
The Rittenhouse Verdict Is Not . . .
. . . a moral victory for Christianity Exactly when the right to own a weapon, fight for personal liberties, and advocate for violent retaliation became entrenched in the American “version” the gospel, I do not know. I do know that none of these things have anything to do, at all, not even remotely, with…
Love Your Neighbor: It’s Time to Take Down Your Confederate Flag
If you see no problem with the use and display of the Confederate flag today, please reconsider with the history and real-life implications of the symbol in mind.
“Privilege” Isn’t A Dirty Word; It’s a Reality
I ordered Celeste Ng’s bestseller Little Fires Everywhere at the end of May when I noticed that Hulu had adapted the story into a television series. Naturally, I was intrigued. While I was reading the novel, the news broke of yet another act of police violence against the black community, this time in Minneapolis, and…