A Theology of Digital Church

To stream or not to stream that is the question—Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to sufferThe slings and arrows of separated cyberspace,Or to take arms against a sea of isolation,And, by opposing, end it? A Modern Hamlet I had a notion to rewrite the entire soliloquy but I thought readers would get bored. The... Continue Reading →

Understanding Seeking Faith

This is part 2 of a post about the my difficulty with the Church to catch up read part 1. "Neque enim quaero intelligere ut credam, sed credo ut intelligam" "I do not seek to understand in order that I may believe, but rather, I believe in order that I may understand"Anselm of Canterbury Anselm's... Continue Reading →

The War on Christmas

A new study finds that 40% of Americans believe there is a "war on Christmas", specifically that secular, pluralistic, woke, and/or other liberal forces are stealing Christmas from us (news story here). But this line of thinking is simply another avenue of Christian Nationalism that has seeped into the collective conscious of political conservatives. Christmas... Continue Reading →

What Are We Saying?

Cringe worthy church signs are all too familiar, the person behind this sign probably did not even give it a second look because obviously "Jesus cares". (If you are looking for good church signs try here.) This sign represents a real problem in Christian circles-- sometimes we simply do not know how to communicate. There... Continue Reading →

Gun Control

I have started this post several times, specifically every time an act of gun violence makes the news. And every time I end up deleting the draft. I think I recognize the emotions are too raw and what I am saying needs to be processed much more calmly and rationally than would be allowed at... Continue Reading →

Do You Speak…

Did you know there are 856 languages spoken in the island nation of Papua New Guinea? The entire nation is the size of California and has about 7 million people. Think about that, on average only a little over 8,000 people can understand each other in their native language. Among the reasons there are so... Continue Reading →

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