Who should we stand with at the World Series? The underdogs or the truly oppressed?
Archives for October 2016
What Lin-Manuel’s “Hamilton” can teach us about Politics in the Church.
The Wesleyan Covenant Association lies firmly in the apportionment-withholding tradition of those opposed to the actions of the Institutional church.
The List has been released for the Bishop’s Commission to resolve unjust structures and polity in The United Methodist Church.
Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast yields yet another parallel to church structure and processes.
A new series on the Wesleyan Covenant Association yields its cultural roots–rather than its biblical grounding–drives the group.
We cannot excuse Trump’s violations in the past and present because of the possibility of a political deus ex machina in the future.
Four questions for the organizers of a petition calling for more lay representation on a critical time-sensitive committee in The United Methodist Church.
You get all of these things–including everything we’ve withheld from United Methodism–and you only have to give up one thing.
Does your church tradition allow for theological inquiry and adaption, or is it merely “comply and apply” denominational beliefs?