We tend to talk about “what” we believe, but never “how” we believe it. Leaving this part out of the conversation leads to a lot of misunderstanding. Philip Clayton and Steven Knapp offer some great tools for navigating this murky area.
It often backfires when you announce your plans online, because then you’re bound to drop the ball, but my intent is to release some scripture reflection each week on Monday/Tuesday following the Revised Common Lectionary, and then to do other stuff on Fridays. Other stuff will include interpreting texts that are not scripture (novels, comic […]
My Youtube channel “LectionARIC” went quiet for a little while as I was working on several projects behind-the-scenes. I can’t wait to share some of those things with you, but I’m really excited to get back to regularly posting videos, starting with this one. I went to Vidcon and some Christian evangelists decided to crash […]
Sounds heady, right? Maybe it even is a little heady. What I want to look at are four propositions about the existence of God and God’s nature, very generally stated, say a bit about who I see espousing the first three propositions, and then present as a fourth one an interesting option that I almost never […]
We hope you have been following along with the Tech Chaplain Shamika Goddar’s first post and second post about technowomanism. If not, what are you thinking? Go back and do that. We’ll wait. Tech Chaplain Brings the #technowomanism Tech Chaplain Lays It All Out So now, as you know, we’ve had a first post with […]