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New Year New Me?
No room in the inn? Hogwash.
Focusing on the false narrative that Jesus was rejected upon his arrival gives us a victim complex that makes us miss the whole point of Christmas. The Gospel is so much better than that.
Why I’m Okay With the Knee: Protests, Flags, and the Problem of Idolatry
More than a year ago, Colin Kaepernick made waves when he began protesting violence against Black Americans, first by staying seated and later kneeling during the national anthem. Since then, many others have joined in the peaceful protest. Many have also become vehemently angry at them for doing so. I admit, I was among those... Continue Reading →
The Gospel vs. Church
Author credit: A fellow Rogue Millennial that wishes to remain anonymous My wife and I recently quit going to church… for good. Now before we get in to why, let’s talk about some things that are important to know: 1) I am a lesbian. 2) I am happily married to my wife for 8 years.... Continue Reading →
The H Word: The Overuse and Abuse of the Word “Heresy”
Recently, I was reading a book on faith and theology from the local public library. I’ve been able to get back to reading about faith and theology as a hobby rather than academic “work”, and I’ve been loving it. With this particular book, I was deeply engaged in it and its call to reexamine common... Continue Reading →
A Quaker’s View
Concerns that the contemporary Church has largely failed to meet society's redemptive needs (or, God's redemptive purposes) cross denominational lines. A Quaker's view.
The Rise of Christianity: Book in Review
A great read for anyone who wants to dig deeper into the origins of Christianity and the rise of the Jesus movement from obscure backwater cult to worldwide prominence.
Death: One Arrival; One Departure
Biblical Thought on Suicide: A Topic nobody wants to talk about.
The Entitled Generation
We, the Millennial Generation, will single-handedly destroy the entire world economy by not buying the crap they've grown accustomed to peddling. Yeah, sounded a bit melodramatic to me, too.