It’s Time to Name Our Sins

It’s Time to Name Our Sins

Politicians and pundits ponder what a fitting response should be to the storming of the US Capitol on Jan. 6. Some say we should impeach the president again, remove him from office by invoking the 25th Amendment or pursue both. Others say that either course would be...
Do Christians have a Stake in Democracy? – Part 2

Do Christians have a Stake in Democracy? – Part 2

The 2020 elections are fraught with both peril and promise. Will we reelect a government that fosters division or one that seeks to develop a more perfect union? As Christians, our ultimate loyalty is not to any single government, but that does not mean we should not...
Do Christians have a Stake in Democracy? – Part 1

Do Christians have a Stake in Democracy? – Part 1

The 2020 elections are arguably the most significant in many years. Given the chaos the current federal administration has created, and the disruptions caused by both pandemic and protests, some have thought democracy may not survive. The times therefore raise the...
Lenten Reflections: 5 Faithful Responses to COVID-19

Lenten Reflections: 5 Faithful Responses to COVID-19

Lent is supposed to be a time of honest introspection in which we ritually imitate Christ’s journey to Jerusalem and the cross that awaits him there. The COVID-19 pandemic offers us a fitting chance to reflect theologically on what is going on in this difficult time...