Reading Time: 6 minutes Once again, we had a mass shooting in the U.S. this past week.[i] To me, it highlights our complicity in the sins of the world. On Wednesday, a man confessed … Continue reading How are we complicit in the sin of the world? (A Sermon from Psalm 51)
Reading Time: 6 minutes People gather in churches around the world, week after week, and I wonder how often we stop to consider who God actually is. We can say various things about God, … Continue reading How do we know God?
Reading Time: 2 minutes “My trials are merely a fraction of the spitting and blows Christ endured.” Gregory Nazianzen wrote this in his Orations. As a student, Gregory traveled on a ship from Alexandria … Continue reading The Goodness of Christ – Gregory Nazianzen
Reading Time: 4 minutes Someone asked me about the Equality Act, recently passed by the 117th Congress. As of February 26, the bill waits in the Senate Judiciary Committee. It has 48 co-sponsors. The … Continue reading A Transcendent God & the Equality Act
Reading Time: 3 minutes When I was a child, my father always told me that integrity is “doing the right thing even when no one is looking.” This concept of integrity seems straightforward enough, … Continue reading A Theology of Integrity