The great heresy of supremacist theology

Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'AgTxHzkSRixO4T-zbB-k4Q',sig:'auTJngIGt5hCyt4OWScbNqTsD4WAbljSo-1j-NsPFgk=',w:'416px',h:'415px',items:'472382407',caption: true ,tld:'com',is360: false })}); How do you justify evil? You make it sound really, really good. I’m not just talking about your garden variety spin-doctoring. I’m talking about taking the most vile evil, and clothing it in the appearance of a good that is beyond reproach. This has been the art … Continue reading The great heresy of supremacist theology

Let us not be silent: A response to pastoral attacks on God’s LGBTQ+ children

What is the dividing line between gracious silence and comfortable cowardice? At what point must our Christian duty to fight the evils of injustice and oppression outweigh our sincere desire to live in peaceful accord with our neighbor? When does truly biblical love look more like protest than amicable silence? I have been wrestling with … Continue reading Let us not be silent: A response to pastoral attacks on God’s LGBTQ+ children

5-time cancer survivor attributes healing to Blessed Stanley Rother

Blessed Stanley Rother, while serving as a priest in Guatemala A five-time cancer survivor, who has beaten long odds twice, attributes her survival to her faith, and especially to the intercessory prayers of Blessed Stanley Rother. Rother, an Okarche native and Oklahoma priest who was martyred in Guatemala in 1981, was beatified by the Roman … Continue reading 5-time cancer survivor attributes healing to Blessed Stanley Rother