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The Politics of the Death of the Nation's Beloved

My latest post over at Political Theology Today has just been published. This week, I am reflecting on 2 Samuel 1, and David’s lament over the deaths of Saul and Jonathan. 321 more words


How Do You Solve A Problem Like Sophia?

I’ve written some brief thoughts on the question of the biblical and apocryphal imagery of Sophia.

The image of Wisdom (Sophia) in Proverbs and elsewhere needs to be understood in terms of the broader picture within she occurs.

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An Unpolished Amalgam of Thoughts on Gendering God

The question of the gender of God is now a live one in evangelicalism. Although many of us are acquainted with earlier controversies and debates about the gender of God in mainstream and academic theological circles, my sense is that the theological Overton Window on these issues is currently expanding in evangelical contexts. 3,408 more words


Podcast: Pentecost and the Prophetic Gift of the Spirit

As it was Pentecost on Sunday, we decided to take up the themes of Pentecost and the Gift(s) of the Spirit in our latest Mere Fidelity podcast… 83 more words


The Politics of Making a Prophet

My latest post over on Political Theology Today was published this morning. Within it I discuss the rich biblical theology that lies behind the events of the Day of Pentecost. 308 more words


The Politics of New Covenant Vision

My latest guest post on Political Theology Today has just gone online. This week I discuss the implicit political theology of Jeremiah 31:31-34 and its promise of a new covenant: 236 more words


The Importance of Liturgical Theology

This blog has been fairly inactive over the last few months. That should change over the next week or so, as my time is freeing up again. 48 more words