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The Problem with Narrative Theology

Don’t get me wrong. I am not against narrative. I can definitely see the value of highlighting the narrative form as significant for theology. It is an essential corrective to theology that relies too heavily on proposition as its primary form and on biblical interpretation that attempts to extract such propositions and discard the story. 880 more words


Racial and Ethnic Tension: Letting the NPP School Us

We live in a big world, but indeed we live in a small one. Today, news is available to us all at the touch of our fingertips and via our TV screens, and one’s serene life somewhere can be brutally disrupted by news of happenings thousands of miles away. 1,930 more words

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The Politics of Christ, the Beginning

A guest post of mine reflecting on Colossians 1:15-28 has just been published over on Political Theology Today.

Political theology faces a continual danger of forgetting the kerygmatic core of our faith: Jesus is Lord.

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Orlando and the holes inside

It’s been proclaimed that money is the only universally shared human belief (I heard that in a TED talk… It was mind blowing). Think about it. 453 more words