An essay of mine went up today at the BTS Center’s Bearings blog. It represents the most memorable, enjoyable, and delicious writing I’ve done this year. Check it out by clicking here, or on the image below.
Is it strange that pastors so rarely speak of smartphones, the main tool with which I serve God and neighbor?
The danger of assuming Jesus looks just like me is pretty simple: Jesus is not just like me…Jesus always stands with those on the margins of society; he was neither white nor privileged.
Really? What matters of course, more than anything else, is that we’re all Christian? It’s important to have faith claims and faith communities, but their function is to show God’s inclusive love not narrow it.
In a recent private forum I heard, “Graduate theological education should be reserved for the very best. Seminaries, on the other hand, should have room for everyone.” Is that true?