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.
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?
Many Christians feel obligated to vote for Trump because of his anti-abortion stance, but Josh Stump examines why voting for Trump won’t help.
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.
What’s the difference between liberty and free will, and is there tension between American liberty and the Gospel?
People who devote their lives to something see things that other people don’t. What do you want to see differently?
Jesus loves us and dwells with us if we accept him into our lives regardless of whether our homes are comfortable, our hearts are comfortable, or our sins are washed.