Reflections and Musings

We Who Are Many Are One in Christ Jesus

“Solidarity involves critique of self, of society, of church. This critique takes on and includes existential reflection, historical scrutiny, presence to memory, social analysis, acknowledgement and confession of sin, authentic repentance–change of heart, change of life, change of living. A Christian praxis of solidarity denotes the humble and complete orientation of ourselves before the lynched … Continue reading

Colorblind Commute
Reflections and Musings

Colorblind Commute

And now for something completely different. Well, not completely different entirely, just not fully thought out. Yesterday, as I forged through my Feedly  queue, I came across an eye-catching link that couldn’t wait for the Weekly Wrap-up (yeah, I know it’s tomorrow). Richard Beck (Experimental Theology) shared an intriguing and disturbing interactive map depticting Racial Segregation in America. This is … Continue reading