What is Christianity? Why is it called Christianity? This is a very brief introduction for people who might be encountering Christianity for the first time.
What are “safe spaces,” and what are some of the challenges of creating them? Let’s talk about safe spaces, shame, fear, and empowerment.
What does it mean to pursue God, and how is that different from pursuing Christianity? Some people assume Christians are pursuing religion, and too often, they’re right.
Why does the author of the gospel of Mark not talk about joy or happiness the way other gospel writers do?
How are demons and unclean spirits represented in the gospel of Mark? What can take away from how Jesus approaches demons and unclean spirits?
Even Jesus grieved. What can we learn from the gospel of Mark about grief and the presence of God?
What is a first premise, and how do first premises have to do with consistent theology? Let’s explore together.
Welcome to Breaking Bread Theology. Let me tell you a bit about myself and how this site came to be.
What is Breaking Bread Theology and where did the name come from?
Consistent theology is one of the most important theological pursuits. In this post, find out why I think consistency is important in our pursuit of God.