As white culture becomes less of a majority culture, what changes to theology will take place, and how reasonable will people’s acceptance of those changes be? And how will we get to the other side in one piece?
Archives for September 2014
Current calls to “close” the highest doctrine-making body of the United Methodist Church are being made by persons of privilege who are ignoring what it means to put the abused in the same room with the abuser…alone.
A guy made a Sim City city with over 100 million people in it. If the games we play are about bigger and better cities, then why do we think of or care for churches in rural contexts?
Both Apple and Microsoft have huge cash reserves that could be leveraged for social good. But is it their means or ends that we are concerned with, and how can we strike that balance in our own organizations?
Progressive pastors who support full inclusion of LGBT persons in the United Methodist Church have a lot in common with racially-inclusive poll workers and restaurant owners in the 1900s.
The past 48 hours, a new form of spam comments has come up–and it’s pretty impressive! Check out an example, what they are doing, and how to better handle it.
A new church start in New England gathers around a dinner table instead of rows of pews. I wonder if this is a portent of the future of church.
Three tired arguments about Progressive Methodists are brought to the light along with an encouragement to Progressives of how to change the online conversation game.