kingdom of god

The Need for an Anabaptist Political Theology

…the glib pronouncement of an “agreement to disagree” between Christians of all political persuasions will not move the Church further into a unified mission. It will not stop laymen and laywomen from engaging, or not engaging, and it will not help them live more faithfully. What is needed is a deeper, consistent, call to a political theology shaped by the teachings of Christ and New Testament. I have found this nowhere better expressed than by the Radical Reformers…

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The Weak, Seek

Over the past few weeks I’ve shared the story of my conversion with several people, and it reminded me of something I’ve wanted to write about for a while now. My conversion came at the lowest point of my life, and...

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The Church: Pt. 1

This is an essay I wrote for a scholarship application recently on the subject of “The Church”. It specifically comes at things with the Mennonite tradition in-mind, but nothing in it is something I would not say to...

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Carrying a Cross

Not able to make time and finish the last three posts with a conclusion, I read a quote on a different topic that I thought was worth sharing. Followers of Jesus often talk about “carrying our cross”, and, the quote...

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