Vicky Beeching & Your Convictions: How To Hold Your Convictions about Same-Sex Attraction

Recently, Vicky Beeching came out, in her own words as “gay” and was interviewed recently in a conversation with a more “conservative” interpreter of Scripture about her decision. The interview Continue Reading →

    How Long Will Justice be Crucified and Truth Crushed? (Pt. 5 Gestures of Charity vs. Acts of Solidarity)

    My fifth post in this series (pt. 1, 2, 3, & 4 here) imagines an alternative model for church communities where the privileged stand in solidarity with those at the margins Continue Reading →

      How Long Will Justice be Crucified and Truth Crushed? (Pt. 4 Charity and the Poverty Culture)

      In my fourth post of this series, I investigate the ways that the “poverty culture” and the practice of charity remain symbiotic to one another. Charity, in more ways then one, perpetuates Continue Reading →

        How Long Will Justice be Crucified and Truth Crushed? (Pt. 3 The Banality of Charity)

        This is the third post in this summer series (pt. 1 and pt. 2) that investigates the connections between race, poverty and U.S. social engineering. This piece is particularly dedicated to exploring Continue Reading →

          Mercy + Justice = Mutuality

          “He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your Continue Reading →