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.
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?
Confirmation bias is something we all struggle with. This isn’t new, but over the long-term, we create echo chambers. What challenges do confirmation bias present as racial divisions are forced to the forefront of our lives?
Racism and homosexuality are hot topics right now. What can systemic racism teach us about our interpretations of Paul’s mentions of homosexuality?
As Hart writes, “Jesus may be our answer, but our projections of Jesus may also be our problem.” How do our projections of Jesus impact our response to racial, economic, and political injustice?
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.
Critical Race Theory (CRT) has recently become a hot topic in many Christian circles. What is CRT? Is CRT a big deal?