Who is the Greatest

Resurrection Sunday is this Sunday and so I am rereading the story of Jesus' final week and this year, because of the lectionary, I am reading it in Luke. As I was reading something jumped off the page for me, as Jesus is trying to bind the new community (his disciples) together in common worship,... Continue Reading →

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 →

A Jumbled Mess

This week I read three articles which sparked a tangle of thoughts about both my faith and my relationship to the wider Christian culture. Though I do fit a standard definition of "evangelical" (at least by the National Association of Evangelicals definition), I never feel comfortable using the word to describe myself. My hesitance to... Continue Reading →

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