The trajectory argument is often used to discredit affirmations of LGBT inclusion. However, even using that lens in more rigorous ways, we see that LGBT inclusion is found using it.
Archives for August 2015
Two narratives in the #BlackLivesMatter conversation that seem to parallel movements for LGBT inclusion within the United Methodist Church.
For the Spring/Summer 2016 issue, Mirrors and Prisms: Writers of Marginalized Orientations and Gender Identities, Nimrod International Journal is seeking poems, short stories, and creative nonfiction pieces from writers who identify along the LGBTQIA spectrum.
How do we balance grace with accountability in a world where judgement moves at the speed of a tweet?
A vigil for Sandra Bland outside of a Texas jail is an example of embodied witness that the powers and principalities know not what to do with.
Theology in three circles: seeking a better question for religious conversations in an increasingly secular society.
As culture embraces marriage equality, the Conservative activists in the United Methodist Church are turning their sights to the perceived source of all things bad: Progressive Methodists.
AMC’s show HUMANS examines what it means to be human through the experience of androids who explore even their relationship to God.
We live out that perfect love of God by saying #BlackLivesMatter. Jailed lives matter. Until they do matter. Then, and only then, will #AllLivesMatter.