I know who the “Q Anon” deep source is. You probably do, too.Read more
Our long-running stubbornness to not stop and have some serious conversations is becoming so incredibly toxic… and exposed. As conservative American Christians we seriously need to stop and examine our lives. Instead, we make excuses, put up walls, and keep fortifying our crumbling positions.Read more
This is a longer podcast interview, but it is succinct in how my theology and life ethic has been forming. The easy dismissal by white evangelicals of Critical Race Theory, the lack of listening, the lack of critical thinking… all of it. Thabyite Anyabwile puts into concise language where my formation has taken me these past few years.
Give a listen HERE.
“Kindness frees us from the cruelty that at times infects human relationships, from the anxiety that prevents us from thinking of others, from the flurry of activity that forgets that others also have a right to be happy.” — Pope Francis, On Fraternity and Social Friendship (p. 103)
There has been a lot of analysis… and a lot of “what did you expect”… and a lot of “how could this happen”… since January 6.Read more
David French begins one of his latest posts this way: I’m going to be honest. I can’t shake the sadness. I can’t shake the anger.
We probably all feel that way, and probably for different reasons.Read more
All kinds of people have said in the last 24 hours, as so many good people have tried to say in other dark hours, “This is not who we are.” With all due respect, with the events of January 6, 2021 etched in our brains, this IS us. It is who we are because we keep repeating it.Read more
As a reminder, it exists to the left and to the right, but as Dan White points out, that doesn’t advocate for “centrism,” either.
For the first time in years I have kept a paper calendar (more as a diary) consistently. I let it be a place I recorded what I did rather than things to do. So, I took a look back.Read more