At the wrong end of the socio-economic spectrum, Mary sings about where the poor and the powerless are lifted.
Any follower of his has no stake in propping up a system that punishes the most vulnerable.
The traditional protestant disconnect between faith and works is pushing people away.
In an age of commercialized Christianity, protecting the most vulnerable is a distraction.
Abraham: Imagining a new world
It appears we’ve gotten this often-maligned generation wrong.
“My kingdom is not from this world,” Jesus says.
What if our enforced time of separation opens our eyes and ears to a world we were conveniently able to avoid when going about our daily lives as we chose was something we took for granted?
Here I sit, broken-hearted …
The ways this fundamentalist presumption gets expressed.
Don’t believe me? Just ask the people who call you boss.
Apparently lawyers operate in a world where civility has had trouble finding a home.
As people of faith, we call on Mitch McConnell to live up to his oath—which is to say, to tell the truth.
Christians don’t get to check out of politics.
What if the reason that the youngest generations are falling all over themselves to find the exits to Christianity isn’t because liberals don’t hate gay people enough, but because young people have stared into the abyss of evangelicalism and seen the dead-eyed gaze of Franklin Graham, Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell Jr., and Robert Jeffress staring back at them?
Why do we have to take the word of a racist that they’re not racist … all evidence to the contrary notwithstanding?