Aching today. Visiting these lovelies at the Botanic before trying to get a little work done. Maybe they will help your heart too.
I had the opportunity to join the Denver Brew Theology a couple of weeks ago to talk about Romans and Resistance, which was a lot of fun. Imagine talking about resisting the Empire and there’s a stormtrooper behind you pointing a laser rifle at your head. Nice, right? They had me back the next week… Continue reading FierceRev on Romans
Yes, I totally went there. “What I am saying is, I am not interested in celebrating A doctrine thrust at me On the point of Constantine’s sword… …I’m thinking now about how Every time someone is baptized, We inscribe them with doctrines About what power is What maleness is What whiteness is We re-inscribe a… Continue reading Love trumps Doctrine: Resisting the Trinity
Today is the 3rd anniversary of Dr. Vincent Harding’s passing. I was humbled and honored to be asked to preach at a service in his honor at Iliff School of Theology this week, organized with immense love and care by the National Association of Pan-African Students. My sermon, with the sacred texts that were read,… Continue reading Remembering Dr. Vincent Harding
“So here’s my question. If Jesus is the gate, If having life abundantly is the gate For anyone and everyone inside the sheepfold …and there’s no reason to believe he doesn’t mean Anyone and everyone as in ALL of us, Then is the letter of 1st Peter a good shepherd? Or is it a thief… Continue reading Peter’s Betrayal: Shepherd or Thief?
A few weeks ago I was on retreat in Crestone, CO. One of my favorite things to do is start herbal remedies in that sacred space, especially infused oils and honeys that can soak up the gorgeous sunlight in all the south-facing windows. Here’s what I started for you while I was there. You can… Continue reading Medicine Making
My friend Margaret Ernst offers a provocative Holy Week reflection this week on our podcast. Give it a listen. White Jesus has a familiar place in all of our souls. That place where we’ve learned that religion should be about a false peace rather than a true justice, The places that have taught us to… Continue reading Holy Week: Killing White Jesus