I’m having complicated feelings this Thanksgiving. While there may have indeed been pockets of genuine hospitality and mutual material and cultural exchange between early ‘pilgrims’ and indigenous inhabitants of this land, our subsequent actions of genocidal erasure toward those who lived in harmony with this land for 10-14,000 years prior makes this holiday’s deployment in […]
The following is a track from Blessed is the Man by Dale Fredrickson. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Praise for Blessed is the Man “It is difficult it to confront the darker parts of our nature. Many get off the planet without having ever attempted it. […]
40 years. As of today, that’s how long I’ve roamed this earth. If you happen to be older than me you might chuckle at what I’m about to say, but if you’re younger, consider this: It feels a bit surreal to span decades—like a tiny taste of immortality. I actually remember pretty clearly my decade-falling […]
How many names for Divinity are there? Do the names for God change? Ought they change as humans evolve and as circumstances of life evolve around us? Matthew Fox reveals the urgent need for ancient-future names of God.
In this special episode of Homebrewed Christianity, I sit down with my friends John Pavlovitz and Tripp Fuller to discuss our holiday initiative, Make Advent Great Again. Why do we want to make Advent great again? What’s happened to make Advent not-so-great? What you can expect from the pop-up community – which features contributions from Micky ScottBey […]