The call to identify and separate American Muslims has yielded a particular kind of response by Christians.
Winter is coming, and indeed it is already here. Time for the church to change from growth to innovation.
The phrase “historic Christian teaching” has become enough of a buzzword that most people just roll right over it, but there’s also an intent behind it that is important to draw out for people concerned about LGBT persons and women’s ordination.
Figuring out a light touch for technology in traditional worship.
To the female pastors and clergywomen serving in ordained ministry: While I loudly advocate for women in ministry, let me stop to say that you and I are in fact unequal.
A novel suggestion from the Presbyterians could yield a source of wisdom and enthusiasm for all that is before many churches, parachurches, and denominational bodies.
Understanding how the Biblical Text was originally written sheds light on how the anti-gay section of Romans 1 is not an argument made by Paul.
Does God help those who earn God’s love? Or is God’s love something else…
I am annoyed to write about Kim Davis, but the story of conversion is just too textbook to pass up.
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.