A Theology of Anger

A Theology of Anger

Anger is a fairly natural disposition for me. It doesn’t take a lot for me to get there. It comes easily. For the longest time, I was led to believe that anger was a sin. Human anger is a dangerous thing to play with, and can lead to pretty disastrous results....
The Oppression Olympics

The Oppression Olympics

Had a couple tweets queued up about how some people who supposedly affirm a faith predicated on the declaration of a marginalized people are now holding up Donald J. Trump as some sort of champion & defender of said faith, but that might need to be a blog post...
Division or Tension?

Division or Tension?

Earlier this week, I went to the gym after I took my annual ten-month-long break from physical activity. Right now my body is feeling all sorts of muscle soreness it hasn’t felt in awhile. That’s what I get for being so ambitious with these short breaks. I...
Reclaiming the Cross pt.2: How do we do it?

Reclaiming the Cross pt.2: How do we do it?

The 45th President of the United States of America referred to the fulfillment of investigative and oversight duties by the 116th Congress of these same United States as a “lynching.” If you’re unfamiliar with lynching, it’s a term used to describe a mob killing...