Sunday Evening Thoughts

The promise of the Church isn’t that the waves will cease, but that we never have to face them alone, and that soon we’ll be done with the troubles of the world.


On My Struggle With Destructive Theology

Nuance is important in theology, because finite beings wrestling with the infinite will always fail and get things wrong; the author of this piece does not see nuance but a simple world of black and white. White is the beautiful purity and holiness that only heterosexuality can bring, and Black is the dirty filthy and disgusting lust-filled life of sin and debauchery that resides in the hearts of all “gay Christians. Such an approach to fellow humans ultimately reflects what the author believes about God”.

“Agreeing to Disagree” Since 1993

No such laws were made to force uniformity, and thus true Christian unity was able to blossom. Often, a criticism of Lesbian and Gay Methodists and their allies is that they are bending to culture; yet here the Methodists in Great Britain are leading culture by showing that it is okay to disagree, but it is not okay to discriminate.

Like Dust

Marching is sacramental. It is sacred. It is holy. It is a gift from God to minority groups that need to have their voices heard.

The Problem with Blanket Theology

First, your suspicions are correct, this image has spelled the name Abel incorrectly, second you must be curious about what the Bible verse Jeremiah 17:9 says. It says, “The heart is devious above all else; it is perverse—who can understand it?”

Marching for My Family

These aren’t distant families I have no attachment to, when I was marching they became my family, when they came “under the care” of my country, they became my blood. And I will keep raising hell until they are treated with dignity.