When you think about it, there’s really only two kinds of people: those who reform their faith tradition, and those outside of it.
Reflection on the naming of Orlando victims and what it means to be credible witnesses.
Open letter to #GA222 hoping for the Presbyterians to not follow the United Methodists when it comes to standing up for women and girls.
A guest essay explores the root of anti-LGBTQ sentiment and applies a feminist critique to The United Methodist Church.
One pundit’s take on how Hillary Clinton won the Democratic primary yields a fascinating parallel to the Church.
The Church often goes backwards or to the side, which doesn’t do female voices any good.
In the None Zone, investing in people instead of programs may unlock answers to the vexing questions about Christianity.
Vitality looks different in different contexts, and none is more stark than comparing Mars Hill and First United Methodist Church in Seattle.
Fred Clark at Slacktivist unearthed a letter from Karl Barth that showed purity tests of orthodoxy existed in the 1960s and have found new birth on the Internet today.
If it seems unlikely that Judas betrayed Jesus because of money or evil possession, could he have been turned by a simple story?