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.
Loving ourselves is part of the second greatest commandment: love your neighbor as yourself (Matthew 22:39). What can we learn from New Testament about loving ourselves?
When we boil Christian righteousness down to physical and political authority or superiority, we trade the Kingdom of Grace for a kingdom of death.
New Year’s Resolutions are often about wanting to be better. What can we learn from Luke 18 about being better, love, and setting New Year’s Resolutions?
Overcoming evil with good is a well-known concept. What does Paul have to say about it in Romans 12:9-21?
Racism and homosexuality are hot topics right now. What can systemic racism teach us about our interpretations of Paul’s mentions of homosexuality?
In 1 Kings, what does Solomon actually ask God for, and what can we learn from God’s response?
Let me share with you what I’m learning about myself as I explore White privilege, systemic racism, oppression, and inequality. Let’s be part of the conversation.
Abraham, one of Israel’s forefathers in the Old Testament, was a slave owner, as were (probably) many, if not all, of the patriarchs in Israelite history. So, let’s talk about it.
Viewing ourselves as gatekeepers and pilgrims can help us recognize the temptation to choose control over Jesus. Christianity is a journey, not a border that needs guarding.