Sarah Jackson joins the podcast to discuss her work with Casa de Paz Colorado. Several years ago,...
This is complete madness. Nuclear war is, officially, back on the table. The US and Russia have been playing an intense nuclear game of tit for tat for months, well before the Trump disaster. Syria, NATO expansion, and the Ukraine have all upped the atomic ante.
Feminist theology is a very broad term ranging a variety of theological traditions. This makes sense, given the nature of Christian theology, which is far from homogeneous. Without giving a detailed analysis of each tradition, which Grant does provide a brief overview, let’s look at the general goals and themes within Christian Feminist theology as … Continue reading "White Women’s Christ and Black Women’s Jesus: Blogging Through Pt. 3"
Some say that Christianity by nature is political. To a great degree, that’s absolutely true– though I think we must be careful to not simply leave it there as if Christianity is political in the way the world is political– because it’s not. Christianity is political precisely because it declares that “Jesus is Lord.” [Read More...]
Dear Conservatives, You know, I’ve been watching– and here’s a funny thing: my memory isn’t too shabby. I watched you in my newsfeed for eight long years. I listened to you on the news, and on radio talk shows. I read the articles you wrote. A lot of us did. And here’s the thing: [Read More...]
Originally posted at Pentecostals & Charismatics for Peace & Justice. America’s new President is controversial, to say the least. Saying outrageous things concerning women or ethnic minorities to gain massive media attention and popularity, just to then lie about the statements ever being made, sounds like an absurd way to become the most powerful person in the world. But it tragically seems quite effective. […] Continue reading →
Today is Obama's Last Day In Office, And That Can Only Mean One Thing:
I’m happy to host special guest Joel Goza. I began working at a church in the 5th Ward as President Obama ramped up his unlikely run for the White House. I never voted for a Democrat until 2008. I remember well awaiting the election results in our offices. The block party was prepared in the
On January 20th, the unthinkable will become true: Donald Trump will be sworn in as President of the United States. His candidacy was perhaps the most bizarre political candidacy in American history. I have little doubt that his presidency will be any different than his candidacy, so here are my top 5 predictions for some [Read More...]
Article written for Pentecostals & Charismatics for Peace & Justice. Visit our updated website! The charismatic revival has not just been about signs and wonders, but about worship and music as well. Similar to previous revivals like Methodism and Salvationism, early Pentecostalism had a lot of zeal and passion in their hymns, … Continue reading →
By guest writer Joel Goza. Author of America’s Unholy Ghosts: The Racist Roots of our Faith and Politics, forthcoming. I drove home from Baylor University on the evening of Election Day with knots in my stomach, knowing by the time I arrived home, a new president would likely be selected.
Yesterday, I flew from Minneapolis to San Francisco to read books to children. This is a new gig for me. All of my other books are for adults. And, even though those books haven’t sold loads of copies, I am confident that I could line up a speaking gig in any major city to talk... Continue reading →