It's been awhile since I've posted anything. We are in the busy season at the college as classes are wrapping up for the semester. It's taking pretty much all the mental energy I have to get papers graded and complete other end-of-semester activities. I'll be back to posting more regularly soon. But in the meantime, … Continue reading political theology
This is my third and final post on politics and theology. There is so much more to be said about the topic, and Google knows that there are so many who have said so much more about the topic. It seems to me that much more than three posts on any topic might open me … Continue reading on being political
This is my second post on theology and politics. You can read the first one here. I got several complaints about my politics survey. The second most common complaint was that I only used a 4 point Likert scale instead of a 5 point scale. This was very much on purpose because neutral answers are … Continue reading is christianity political?
"I never discuss anything except politics and religion. There is nothing else to discuss." - G.K. Chesterton Some of you reading this might be inclined to agree with Chesterton. "Yes! Nothing else matters in the way that religion and politics matter. So why waste your time talking about anything else?" You may be right. But … Continue reading let’s talk about politics and religion
I promise I'll not make a habit of this, but I have one of those personality types where it is hard to let a conversation go without replaying it in my mind over and over again. It's not a particularly enjoyable quirk to have - especially as a person who communicates for a living. So … Continue reading is virtue signalling a sin?
In the last chapter of his book, Awaiting the King, James K. A. Smith addresses what he calls our "Godfather Problem." ATK is the third book in Smith's Cultural Liturgies series. It is a fine series worth checking out especially if you're a fan of Charles Taylor - the philosopher, not the shoe guy or the African warlord. … Continue reading our “godfather” problem
"What do you think of Jordan Peterson?" Over the past year I've been asked that question by a surprising number of people. Friends, students, colleagues, believers, atheists, conservatives, and progressives - he's captured the attention and the imagination of a lot of folk. I was even asked by a high school student this summer in … Continue reading pronouns