Category Archives: Theology

Whips and Systems or, The Better Question May Be, “Why Them?”

Whips and Systems or, The Better Question May Be, “Why Them?”

If you have read here for very long you likely know I am a fan of Inigo Montoya. The daft swordsmen in Princess Bride who puzzles over linguistic imprecision. His almost constant refrain makes the point, “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” Read More

Doing Without In A Culture of More or, A Mashup of Sacks, Micheli, Kriz, and Rohr

Doing Without In A Culture of More or, A Mashup of Sacks, Micheli, Kriz, and Rohr

We train our children early how to expect more. Later we prod them to temper their appetites and do with less. Unlearning what it feels like to have more poses more of a difficulty than we realize. The same is true when after establishing habits of more we hear Jesus’ call for less. Read More

The Secret Is Out (About Us)

The Secret Is Out (About Us)

Often we discover more about ourselves in the wake of an event than what we think we learn about another person. Two things come to mind. First, conservative reactions to President Obama’s remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast. Second, . . .  Read More

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