De/Reconstructing Black History Month (February)

Black History Month has been domesticated. For much of society, especially in the U.S., this month simply represents a time of the year to promote “peace,” “unity,” and “reconciliation.” Further Continue Reading →

The End of Racism? (Ruminations on Eph. 2:11-22)

To be a Christian is to be a reconciler of relationships. Seeking out reconciliation between people groups is often an uncomfortable endeavor. However, if Christian’s truly want to obey the Continue Reading →

The Spirit, Liberation and Vindication (Lessons with Dr. Scot McKnight)

For those who follow the blog, they know I am a first year seminarian at Northern Theological Seminary. For those who are disciples of Dr. Scot McKnight, they know that he teaches Continue Reading →

The Cross of Discipleship (Lessons with Dr. Scot McKnight)

For those who follow the blog, they know I am a first year seminarian at Northern Theological Seminary. For those who are disciples of Dr. Scot McKnight, they know that he teaches Continue Reading →