Monthly Archives: July 2010

Discipleship and Bourgeois Theology

It took me many years to free myself from I called in my memoirs the ‘bonds of my class.’  I know that even today there are many who accuse me of behavior instilled by the ‘bonds of class,’ especially some … Continue reading

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Why Resettle Refugees?

I met with a pastor yesterday to talk about how his church could be involved with refugees. He mentioned that he had previously helped about refugees from Laos. He talked about how the government had armed locals to fight, promising … Continue reading

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Theology and Obedience: Bound to the Transgressor

As I’ve spent the past year reading Barth in my spare time, I’ve slowly started to figure out what he is doing with certain repetitive gestures.  Throughout his Dogmatics, Barth will say things like “the Christian theological tradition has always … Continue reading

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