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
A friend sent this picture to me a while ago and I put it on my CPU's background. It has received very diverse responses when plugging myself into a projector for different teaching engagements, so I thought I would see if anyone else got a rise out of it. … Read more about what do you think when you see……
James K. A. Smith gives an interesting introduction to postmodernity that could work for those with little or no theology\philosophy background. Each chapter focuses on a film that he uses to draw out the meaning behind bumper sticker phrases by the most noted of the deconstructionist philosophers. … Read more about Who’s Afraid of Post-Modernism?
What does a post-colonial theology of the church look like? A Big and important question, but here is one place to start. The first verse of the first (oldest) gospel about JC. The beginning of the good news of Jesus Christ, Son of God Mark 1:1 This passage is the beginning Mark’s gospel and … Read more about Church Identity in a Post-Colonial World: Mark 1:1