April 14, 2017 — Comments are off for this post.

Our Common Struggle: Part Five

In part five of this series on what it means to be human I get into something that I think is at the core of this conversation: human and non-human flourishing. This post explores what being made in the image of God really means and looks at how we think far too highly of ourselves. 

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April 13, 2017 — Comments are off for this post.

Our Common Struggle: Part Four

Here we go! Part four of my series around what it means to be human. Here I outline my second criteria for engaging in a theological anthropology of the 21st century: that it requires taking seriously the context of community. 

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April 12, 2017 — Comments are off for this post.

Our Common Struggle: Part Three

A part of an ongoing series around what it means to be human. In this post I explore my first criteria necessary for engaging in a theological anthropology for the 21st century: that it must be trinitarian. 

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April 6, 2017 — Comments are off for this post.

Our Common Struggle: Part Two

This is part two in a series I am working on as we head into Easter around what it means to be human. Here I outline a basic starting point into the conversation. I call it: "I Am Human, I Think." 

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April 5, 2017 — Comments are off for this post.

Our Common Struggle: Part One

A Lenten/Easter exploration over several posts on what it means to be human. This is based on a research paper I wrote for my systematic theology course. In this post, I address the question itself and some of the complications around trying to answer it. 

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May 19, 2016 — Comments are off for this post.

Transgressing The Sacred

"I believe that in the Eucharist we are enacting God's vision for the Kingdom as revealed to us in the incarnation. The church is meant to be a Eucharistic community, embodying Eucharistic ethics."

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