Contributing writer Rodney Kennedy makes the argument that 2021 is 1921 in Evangelical Land – the enemies are the same, but with new names. This means that Darwin, Darrow, and Fosdick are now Fauci, the ACLU, and liberal preachers.
Angela N. Parker uses the lens of Womanist theology to reflect on Epiphany in the shadow of the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection. She asserts that the connections between the two reveal implications about the importance of experts and leadership that actually shepherds without causing obsequious
John Sianghio uses the lens of religious ethics to reflect on Epiphany in the shadow of the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection. He argues that the connections between the two reveal a fundamental choice between two kings, different philosophies of leadership, and — most importantly —
In day 25 of our Unsettling Advent devotional series, Lauren Graeber reflects on how angels always seem to say “do not be afraid” as soon as they show up, and what we can learn about fear and hope from the stories.
Contributing writer Rodney Kennedy argues that the "War on Christmas" is an imaginary moment. He implores us to forego all this whining and unleash a magnificent supply of Christmas practices that bear witness to the presence of Jesus.
In day 23 of our Unsettling Advent devotional series, Sophie Day reflects on the message of Advent in light of her work to tell the stories of individuals who have been sentenced to death and are in their last stages of appeals.