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Christian Movies Revisited

Christian Movies Revisited

Nearly four years ago, I wrote a piece for this very site on my problems with 21st Century Christian films. In those four years,...

Observations from Divinity School [Part 3]: Difference is Good

Observations from Divinity School [Part 3]: Difference is Good

In theory, most—though not as many as we would hope—agree that difference in life is a positive thing. From different experiences to different beliefs...

Observations from Divinity School [Part 2]: The Gospel and Social Justice

Observations from Divinity School [Part 2]: The Gospel and Social Justice

The most intense culture shock for me a Wake was its central mission. During my entire life in the Church, the goal was to...

What Did I Sign Up For?

What Did I Sign Up For?

Observations from Three Years at a Progressive Divinity School

If you’ve read my blogs or listened to the dearly departed Bite Size Theology...

Tax Collectors and Hate

Tax Collectors and Hate

In my daily Scripture reading, I just finished up the gospels. As I read, I kept seeing something that both made me laugh and...

Finding Community [Part 2]

Finding Community [Part 2]

Last time, I detailed my journey from spiritual community to spiritual community from Sevierville, TN to Columbus, OH. I left off with the somewhat...

Finding Community [Part 1]

Finding Community [Part 1]

Few things have been as difficult in my faith journey as finding new community when leaving the old one behind. In the last ten...

Writing as Liberation

Writing as Liberation

I feel like I’m not alone in saying the last year has been pretty crazy. Our whole world has been thrown for a loop,...

Humor in the Book of Jonah

Humor in the Book of Jonah

There may be no more misunderstood book of the Bible than Jonah. We know that Jonah was a prophet. We know that Jonah lives...

The Danger of Heroes

The Danger of Heroes

Quarantine has transformed so many things we thought we understood before: what work looks like, the inequities of our political and economic systems, and...

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