‘Not All Christians’ needs to go

In the next coming days, your social media feeds will likely be inundated with posts from Christians eager to defend their religion against the stain of the white supremacists who stormed Charlottesville, Virgina, this weekend. They'll use the hashtag #NotAllChristians. They'll remind you, for the umpteenth time in two thousand years, that "real" Christians aren't … Continue reading ‘Not All Christians’ needs to go

“Not bad” is a perfectly fine response to “How are you doing?”

I'm going to start giving this "vlogging" thing a try. You can find more of these on a semi-weekly basis by 'liking' my Facebook page, or subscribing to my Youtube channel. I want to offer a few brief thoughts on mental illness in response to the death of Chester Bennington from Linkin Park, and why … Continue reading “Not bad” is a perfectly fine response to “How are you doing?”

Response to Glennon Doyle Melton’s same-sex marriage reveals evangelical hypocrisy

This is the easiest way to become a pariah in American Christendom: Become a famous Christian mommy blogger Get divorced Get remarried — to a woman Such is the story of Glennon Doyle Melton, whose recent marriage to soccer star Abby Wambach rocked her career like a president found guilty of conspiring with Russia. A … Continue reading Response to Glennon Doyle Melton’s same-sex marriage reveals evangelical hypocrisy

How Christians vote: Stick it to Hillary, or WWJD?

Someone recently shared this article from the Washington Post on Facebook, with the additional commentary: “This is why (so-called) progressive Christians shouldn't scratch their heads wondering how so many Christians voted for the Donald. They did so, possibly and for some definitely, because the enemy of their enemy seemed a friend. I neither voted for … Continue reading How Christians vote: Stick it to Hillary, or WWJD?