About the Blog
Whether you’re a fellow geek or a Christian looking to open restrictive systems, we’re your source for fresh, fast, and reliable writings on faith, technology, United Methodism, and (obviously) all things geek.
Since 2008, Hacking Christianity has used the tenets of hacking to create a hacking hermeneutic, meaning to view Christianity like a computer system that operates well and true, but has some sections of outdated code causing problems for the movement of God’s spirit within it. Hacking Christianity exposes these errors in human interpretation and champions better solutions across various genres.
Hacking Christianity began as a United Methodist pastor’s blog (and still is!) and evolved into a clearinghouse for reflections on faith, geek theology, technology, and progressive commentary on The United Methodist Church.
About the Authors
- Rev. Jeremy Smith is a United Methodist pastor in Seattle, Washington, USA.
- A graduate of Boston University School of Theology, he has pastored churches in Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Washington stage.
- You can contact Rev. Jeremy Smith on Facebook Messenger or Twitter, or by email (remove NOSPAM from this email address or else it won’t work): umjeremy@NOSPAMhackingchristianity.net
- Guest Authors and Contributors
- Myriad guest contributors offer their informed and curated perspectives. Check the byline for each post to see who [Guest Content] is by and how you can connect with them.
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- All written content at Hacking Christianity is licensed for reuse and reproduction under Creative Commons license. Find out more here.
- All visual content is linked or credited in either the caption or the filename.