Liberating Liturgies: A Hymn for Queer Creation

I realized recently that the last blog post I wrote was in July of 2015. I guess it's been awhile, and for good reason, since I started seminary last August, and have therefore been extremely busy. I would like to get back to work on this blog, because there is so much that I am learning and creating in my classes. Today, I want to share a hymn that I wrote for my intro to worship class this January. Inspiration for this hymn came from a couple of sources.1- Queer Theology's synchroblog … [Read more...]

Reconciling God and Evolution, Part 1: The World Between The Covers Of A Book

More and more millennials are accepting evolution as true, and society's attitude toward evolution is, well, evolving. Even many evangelical Christians are embracing the reality of evolution, and joining the ranks of Christians who have found a way to reconcile science and their faith.But there is still pushback, and not only from within evangelical Christianity. One example is a recent article by Greta Christina (who is an atheist) entitled, "Why You Can't Reconcile God and Evolution."I … [Read more...]

Who wants to create some queer theology?

If you're a regular reader of this site, you'll know that I have a thing for feminist theology. I believe that, if there is a God who is anything like the God Christians talk about, she has a special place in her heart for the oppressed, the marginalized. For those who've been othered and treated as "less than" by the rest of society. I believe that if you want to find God, the best thing to do is to listen to these people tell their stories. Today, I want to promote someone who is doing … [Read more...]


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