Church and Policing Part 3: The Alternative Ecclesiology of Policing

This is the final post in a series on “church” vs. “policing” as different ways of organizing the world. Part 1 discussed how the church can understand itself as God’s covenantal people, Continue Reading →

“Summer Syllabus” Pt. 1 (Titles, Introductions and Page Numbers)

For those interested, these are the books, authors and essays I plan to read this Summer. Yes, it’s April and I am already gettin’ pumped about having time off of Continue Reading →

Ultimatums, Interpretations and an Old World Vision

I had originally started working on this piece in the wake of World Visions decision to allow gay and lesbian persons to work at their U.S. branch. But WV has Continue Reading →

Why Christians Need to Press the Mute Button (Responding to Phil Robertson)

I hate writing about American-Christian culture. To be completely honest, I prefer to write about rather esoteric subjects pertaining to race, theology, politics, and religion. However, I have been stirred Continue Reading →