The Slave Ship Named Jesus

A Vessel of Untold Horrors

The Queen Is Dead. Decency Is Not. 

Let the queen die in peace.

Formulaic Idolatry: Why Christians Should Stop Making Idols Out of Methods

Unanswered prayers have become a humbling aspect of my Christian experience.

Confronting The Gatekeepers: How To Prevent The Retraumatization of Victims

The victim, according to gatekeepers, is always somewhat if not entirely at fault.

Race Riots: An American Heritage – Part I

Race riots are innate to the American experience. 

What If: Reimagining Race Relations After the American Civil War

What was meant to become the zenith of American race relations became, instead, its nadir.

American Conservatives

Have we not seen this before? Is America truly too great to fall?

Your Thoughts and Prayers Are Evil

Our thoughts, in a situation such as this, are worthless.

The Consequence of Reading Yourself Into The Bible

Please, for the love of your spiritual formation, stop reading yourself into the Bible.

The Snip, The Cough, and The Penguin: A Short Story About a Vasectomy and Other Things

A syringe was mentioned, numbing was discussed, the site of injection was determined, and a cold grasp felt.

The Hate You Teach: John MacArthur

It doesn’t make sense to me now but it sure as hell did back then.

A Lament for Bucha

Bucha, we have looked upon your misery and we see you.

The Billy Graham Rule and Its Inadvertent Degradation of Women

“From that day on, I did not travel, meet or eat alone with a woman other than my wife.”

The Slaughterhouse of God

The Nazis were not the first to burn children. God’s people did so long before.

The Dangers of a Heaven Obsessed Christian Mind

What a beautiful hope. A dream, almost, to live in a place where suffering no longer exists. We become immortal hedonists. At least that’s what some Christians make it sound like.

Black History Month Closing Statement

It is February 28 and we are at the end of Black History Month. Tomorrow, we return to the ouroboros of white history and I would advise my friends and acquaintances to be cognizant of that much. Eleven months out of the year is what we spend celebrating the inconspicuous and ubiquitous nature of whitenessContinue reading “Black History Month Closing Statement”