Steve Knight posted a giant summary of the responses to Driscoll rolling around the internet. Also a little FYI, The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina has canceled their invite of Doug Pagitt to an event later this month. Outside of not being surprised, thinking they are still going the … Read more about The Driscoll Train and The Invite Person or Dude
Bill, my favorite therapist, posted a video from a house show he did where he shared a piece of the wisdom he has shared with me over the years. BTW...I am more convinced than ever that we all need to be in addiction therapy. I haven't managed to find a local MA (Mammon Anonymous) or WA (Warrior … Read more about My Therapist’s Description of Human Depravity
I am participating in a Blog-o-riot based on Walter Rauschenbusch's classic Christianity and the Social Crisis. Being its 100th anniversary, my love for Walter, and his sweet Baptist skills I hope you go take a look at the series over at the Pop Theology website. … Read more about Rauuuuuschenbusch!!!
I love my church here in Winston. Over the last three years I have come across a number of prophets in the community. There were those who came to visit like James Forbes, “Buzz” Thomas, Paul Fiddes, and John Cobb. Then there are a bunch who serve, share, and worship with me each week. My … Read more about The Photographic Prophet and the Will-to-Heal
Well if my senators (Burr and Dole) and House Rep. (Fox) don't holla back about the farm bill's participation in the exploitation of the Two-Thirds world farmers maybe they will about saving cigars from being lumped into cigarette tax increase. Check it out. … Read more about Save Mr. Stogie
Elgin + St. Francis = fun before bed. At night my son-in-process and I have a little night vigil and maybe a little theological discussion so he starts off on the right (or left, depending on who is judging) foot. Tonight Elgin and I did some reading from St. Francis of Assisi, maybe the coolest … Read more about
So I got some good books for my birthday, but now I have the trouble of picking which to read first. I generally read two or three at a time, but even then this is a difficult decision. Here they are.1. The Cambridge Companion to Postmodern Theology ed. by Kevin Vanhoozer2. The Fragile Absolute by … Read more about Important Question
So I haven’t been ignoring Christology, just trying to figure out what to say next that doesn’t presume too much. I came up with a list of issues that I wrestle with and thought I might set them out here and try to cast a general framework for my thinking. No idea what will come next. One of my … Read more about Christology and Omnipotence
This summer I am interning with the local baptist association and their church plants. One of my jobs is writing up a brief description of a potential emerging community that could be used to help explain it to church people who may not know anything about the emergent movement so that they have … Read more about EMERGING COMMUNITY VISION pt.1
The Best Two Profs on Planet EarthMy Pannenberg MinionMy favorite 2 div students (who happen to be my wife and bro)My Class and Profs … Read more about Graduation
I posted the first segment of Len Sweet's audio from the 'Remix\Reboot' event. Check it out. … Read more about Len Sweet Audio pt 1
Joint Session of the Open and Relational Theologies Unit and the Christian Systematic Theology Group“Radical Orthodoxy and Process Theology”Chairs: Thomas Jay Oord & James K. Smith-- Graham Ward, “The Bride of Christ: Creation, Christology, Ecclesiology”-- Catherine Keller, “Reciprocating Gifts: … Read more about Why I Need to find $ to go to AAR in november.