The Suffering of the World and the Pathos of YHWH (Conclusion)

It is precisely at this juncture that the canopy must open wide to incorporate a more inclusive view of God’s pathos towards all of humanity. However, this goal can only Continue Reading →

My Trip to St. Louis (i.e. My Overtly Religious Musings)

NOTE 11/7/14: I originally wrote this post after a group of friends and I made a trip to Ferguson for the Weekend of Resistance. Recently, I caught wind of a cool Continue Reading →

So That No One Would Laugh at the Church Pt. 1

Intro “While I am pope,” said Pius XI, “no one will laugh at the church.”[1] During Pius XI’s papacy, the temptation to retract this statement would have, at times, looked Continue Reading →

Our Sorrow, God’s Weakness

Then he just knelt in the ashes. He raised his face to the paling day. Are you there? he whispered. Will I see you at the last? Have you a 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 →

God Crucified

DeYoung’s Argument Summarized Recently, Kevin DeYoung wrote a piece explaining the reason for Christ’s execution. DeYoung makes a case that Christ’s murder had less to do with His social attitude Continue Reading →