Category Archives: Faith
Lately, on multiple occasions, I have been accused of being a “progressive” Christian. I say “accused” because it is definitely a label applied with hostility: “You say [x], [x] is what progressives say, and being a progressive is not real … Continue reading
New Release: “You Are My Neighbor”
This song is the reason I started writing again- in a world so divided, it is the cry of my heart to remember that despite real differences and real pain we are doing to one another, that we look for … Continue reading
Hating What God Loves
I recently wrote a blog post asking who we are allowed to hate. It is a topic that appears to dominate much of our discourse. But there is one target of hate I did not discuss, and it is a … Continue reading
Evangelical No More?
In previous blog entries, I mentioned that I no longer consider myself an evangelical, something I’ve also said publicly on social media and to my friends, in person. But really, what does that mean? Am I deconstructing? Have I left … Continue reading
Whom Am I Allowed To Hate?
“Whom am I allowed to hate?” is such an awful question, yet I observe that it is the focus of so much energy for many in our present culture. And it is not necessarily a new question. During Jesus’ earthly … Continue reading