Category Archives: Theology

An Uneasy Agent of the State – Epilogue, The Loss of the Prophetic

An Uneasy Agent of the State – Epilogue, The Loss of the Prophetic

A friend recently wondered, “Is it possible to be a religious conservative and a social liberal?” The comments varied. Some considered it a hypocritical position. Others described it as, “honest.” Read More

An Uneasy Agent of the State: Part 3, Pastor as Prophet (Continued)

An Uneasy Agent of the State: Part 3, Pastor as Prophet (Continued)

Where would we be had we taken seriously the reality that marriage as practiced is indeed a civil union? The purview of the State would be clearer and the role of the Christian community would be evident. Read More

An Uneasy Agent of the State: Part 3 – Pastor as Prophet

An Uneasy Agent of the State: Part 3 – Pastor as Prophet

“You can’t be Christian and support torture,” writes Brian Zhand. And, you can’t pastor if unwilling to be prophetic. Despite the continued effort to make chaplains of pastors, there comes a time when one must wake from slumber. Read More

Zhand, Sobrino, and Editing Isaiah

Zhand, Sobrino, and Editing Isaiah

New Year’s Eve I will visit Dr. Womack. The question will be, “Have my eyes changed?” My wife tells me that the color of my eyes change. Here I am talking about the strength of my eyes. Will I need to bi-focals? Read More

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