Progressive America on Inauguration Day, 2017.
Professional Wrestling, Confirmation hearings, ethics disclosures, and how politics can poison the well of the Church.
A draft version of a concept to better understand the Church’s role in American society.
Slacktivism is annoying and short-sighted and doesn’t actually cause change–but there might still be redeeming value to it.
Trump’s election will either awaken the sleeping heart of Methodism or accelerate its turn towards schism and death.
Reflections with the air still thick with outrage, disbelief, and fear.
What Lin-Manuel’s “Hamilton” can teach us about Politics in the Church.
We cannot excuse Trump’s violations in the past and present because of the possibility of a political deus ex machina in the future.
The Church is complicit in how its policies and practices affect the culture around people outside of the Church.
One pundit’s take on how Hillary Clinton won the Democratic primary yields a fascinating parallel to the Church.