Meditating on hospitality, disability, and communal identity as I read through Disability: Living into the Diversity of Christ’s Body by Brian Brock.
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Disability, Part 1
Part 1 of exploring disability theology as I read through Disability by Brian Brock.
Learning to Trust Myself: Distrust to Mistrust
Let’s differentiate between Distrust and Mistrust and add some nuance to the journey toward trusting myself.
Learning to Trust Myself: Asking the Question
Is there something about information that I mistrust? Why do I continually need more and more information to make decisions or to feel comfortable?
Praying for Healing of Disabilities, Part 2
Did Jesus heal people who didn’t want to be healed? What can we learn from Jesus’s ministry about praying for healing of disabilities?
Praying for Healing of Disabilities, Part 1
Did Jesus heal people who didn’t want to be healed? How does our understanding of being disabled impact our theology and vice versa?
Meditating on Memento Mori, reimagining life and death, and re-examining eternal life.
Christian Pharisees (Acts 15:1-5)
Is there such thing as a Christian Pharisee, and why should we care?
Humans and Heroes
Is there a downside to making humans into heroes? What would happen if we reimagined our heroes as human rather than “larger than life?”
Selling God, Part 3
Suffering is real, but so are our limitations. Being honest about both may help us live into the Way while resisting the temptation to sell God.