Noonday

Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him and he will do this: He will make your righteousness shine like the dawn, the justice of your...

Racism, Repentance, and Reconciliation

I want to preface this essay about racial justice by stating two things about my identity. First, I am a Christian and second, I am...

Finding the Fair in Fairy Tales

Once upon a time, a boar rampaged throughout all the land, destroying crops and killing villagers. The king offered his daughter’s hand...

New Frontiers in Medical Justice:

Human Fraternity, Human Rights, and Neoliberalism among Fratelli Tutti Lord, Father of our human family, you created all human beings...

Christian Humility and Disability Studies

This spring I attended a talk by a visiting lecturer, Allison Hobgood, who led a discussion called “Being Smart: Disorientation, Access,...

It Takes All Kinds:

Gleaning Socio-Theological Wisdom from Durkheimian Functionalism and the New Testament Trope of the Body of Christ Left versus right,...

Dairy Farming with Faith

Before the sun comes up, you can hear the sound of many alarm clocks going off and the distant clatter of boots on the floor as the many...

The Sermon is Never Long

Sometimes I keep the sabbath at church, sometimes I keep it at home. And if I’m going to be perfectly honest, sometimes I don’t keep it...

For Sale: Hero Cape, Never Worn

As a society, we are fascinated by heroes. They form the basis for most of our stories: from Odysseus to Wonder Woman, we want to read...

Formation Through Fracture

"I am a product of two dissimilar narratives, and I find strain between a tension to investigate the validity of Biblical, historical,...

LEARNING TO LOVE AT A DISTANCE

There’s never been a time when I haven’t loved people living far from me. There are pictures in my parents’ photo album of me carrying...