If it seems unlikely that Judas betrayed Jesus because of money or evil possession, could he have been turned by a simple story?
Archives for March 2016
When the majority tries to become a hegemony by changing the way how The UMC allocates votes at General Conference, we must ask if a Church with fewer voices at the table is what we imagined.
Clearing up four misconceptions about General Conference, and affirming one that is actually right.
Holiness is not an accumulation of good things; holiness is a daily choice to see the world with fresh eyes and intention.
Faceless accountability is not the way to “save” the UMC clergy covenant–indeed, it may do more damage to it than anything involving gay people.
Is the process of religion reversed today, and if so, does Wesley have it not quite right for us?
Marvels’ Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has another religiously-themed episode, and here’s some commentary on it.
In the interregnum, authority steps in front of its legitimacy and becomes authoritarianism to stop the progress into the new way of being.