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?

Selections from the ‘Colorado State Monologues’

This year I was once again privileged to take part in the Colorado State Monologues, a rendition of The Vagina Monologues (but more inclusive). The show consists of mostly original monologues and skits by CSU students about issues of feminism and intersectionality. Below are my two pieces: https://youtu.be/C-OQPvi5U88 Text: “I’m not like other guys,” you … Continue reading Selections from the ‘Colorado State Monologues’

Made for another world, but not like Lewis intended

I took the liberty of removing myself from a Christian blog group today, because I don't have an "off" button when responding to theological viewpoints I find triggering; particularly the "God saved me from" rhetoric. I figured it was only a matter of time before the moderators removed me anyway. Maybe it's impossible to critique … Continue reading Made for another world, but not like Lewis intended