Empire vs. Kingdom: Why Dr. Larycia Hawkins is Turning the Other Cheek

Wheaton College’s Challenge for 2016 Wheaton College’s provost, Stanton L. Jones, is under a lot of pressure right now due to the recent debacle his College has found themselves in, Continue Reading →

So That No One Would Laugh at the Church Pt. 2

Messianism, Drones and San Salvador Nationalism and messianic violence are two sides of the same coin. Stated differently, the belief in one’s nation as “chosen” or “set apart” encourages a 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 →