The Rapture Betrays the Incarnation: An Interview with Jeffrey C. Pugh

“There must be some way out of here,” said the joker to the thief. “There’s too much confusion I can’t get no relief . . ..”¬†Learning to read the Bible as a child and a young adolescent meant always looking up and hoping to get out of here. This world that is. Read More

Blue Occupations, Black Bodies and Homelessness: An Interview with Jonathan Russell

 Pastor lives matter. But, that is not the same as #blacklivesmatter. My friend Greg Horton confirmed that to equate pastor lives, an occupation, with black lives, an incidence of birth, is considered the Fallacy of False Equivalency. Or, you may consider it a False Analogy.

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Pledging Allegiance to People: An (Almost) Interview with George E Young Sr

Words take time to live into their full meaning. It may not always be the case. But, when it comes to the self-evident truth that all men are created equal it is hard to deny.

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Something Is In the Air – Kierkegaard and Kaepernick

One of my favorite weekly writing opportunities is to write for the Tuttle Times. My role is to write a piece on spirituality and I do so as pastor.  Read More

Walk 150 Miles In My Shoes: An Interview with Blake Oakley

Blake Oakley arrived in Los Angeles today. He is on the other side of the Country from where he usually walks, often barefoot. Read More