People playing “the race card” is a common complaint, but when we argue about the “race card,” we’re only focusing on a single card in an entire deck.
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.
In Trouble I’ve Seen, Drew G.I. Hart distinguishes between horizontal racism (inter-relational) and vertical racism (structural). How do these categories help us identify and talk about racism?
What’s the difference between liberty and free will, and is there tension between American liberty and the Gospel?
“If we put the emphasis on a person’s identity then God becomes a tribal deity – a discriminating God who distributes blessing or punishment, justice or compassion based on which group you belong to.” – Skye Jethani
COVID-19 has tested the world in many ways. Our capacity for compassion is one. What are we learning about ourselves in this season of suffering?
People who devote their lives to something see things that other people don’t. What do you want to see differently?
What have the biggest responses to the Coronavirus revealed about American Christianity?
Once the choice to love has been made, once we say to ourselves, “I am going to love this person or these people,” love begins to make demands.
Where do faith, uncertainty, and humility take us when we consider Christians’ responses to COVID-19? Is it simply a matter of having faith, and what do our claims imply about God and others?