How Long Will Justice be Crucified and Truth Crushed? (Pt. 1 Racialization)

And so beings one of my (Josiah) summer series. This series is particularly dedicated to touching on issues pertaining to America, race, poverty and the role the church should play in Continue Reading →

More Than Footnotes Part 4: Women Leaders in the American Colonies

In this series of posts entitled, More than Footnotes, I will examine the role of women in different phases of Church history in order to offer a truer picture of Continue Reading →

Oscar Romero: One with the Church, One with the Poor

Intro Today marks the 34th anniversary of Archbishop Oscar Romero’s martyrdom. Romero was the preeminent voice of peace and justice during his three-year archbishopric of El Salvador (1977-1980). But how Continue Reading →

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 →

Political Manifesto (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 →