Giving Up God(s)

According to process theology – everything is in process – (some ancient jews defined perfection as being in process) – then the last thing we want to do is “arrive.” This is why deconstruction as part of our process is so important, it keeps us ‘perfect’ – maybe idolatry is about worshipping the ‘god’s we don’t dismantle. [Read more...]

Perpetual Vertigo: A dream for the church

“This is an unfinished ‘pictionary’/dreaming out loud possibilities ‘manifesto for the future of the church…” I remember a few years back listening to the buzz of this new idea of a ‘church without walls’. And i thought to myself how inventive is this, a belief that god doesn’t need bricks to dwell somewhere… [Read more...]

Enchanted Deconstruction

The word deconstruction tends to conjure up a lot of different responses. Some fear it. Others embrace it, still yet, there is hope in deconstruction. I think though from the variety of responses across the internet some have become disillusioned with the art of deconstruction. But, what if it doesn’t have to lead to disillusionment? [Read more...]


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