God Is Not In Control, Pt. 2

I claimed in a previous post that the expression, “God is in control,” is not a faithful representation of how Scripture portrays God’s sovereign kingship and his relation to the world. This expression is problematic because of how it affects Christian imaginations, especially anxious ones. It activates Christian imaginations to consider responding to suffering in […]

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I Welcomed Grief As A Friend

I have been grieving for a bit over five years. A friend suffered a loss and I feared something similar might happen to me. Anxiety gripped me and I had to understand it. On long walks I faced my fears and examined them. I excavated and dug to the bottom, and found I was afraid […]

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I Write As I Do Because of Mark’s Gospel

This is why I make critical observations about my inherited culture, and why I critically examine how it fosters confused identities. Over the last eight years I wrote a commentary on Mark’s Gospel. It is now with the publisher and I am very excited to see it released at some point. The commentary format called […]

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