Monthly Archives: March 2012

What to do with Violence in the Hunger Games?

How do we who occupy the privileged place, the place of power, and the dominant narrative recognize that violence in support of the hegemonic status quo is not the same as violence against it? Can we say that what is good for the goose is not necessarily what is good for the gander if the goose is the only one armed to the teeth? Continue reading

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Post-Contextuality

The move toward contextual theology helped me see that we have to move beyond contextualization in missions and evangelism. The Colonial era was an ugly one for the church and we need to move out its methods – not just for the word’s sake but because it undermines and discredits the very message we are trying to convey through it. Continue reading

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The News about Kony2012 and Apple Factories

In preparation for a piece that I am posting here tomorrow, I wanted to put this up and cross-pollinate with my work at Homebrewed Christianity by Bo Sanders There were two stories in the news last week that fascinated me … Continue reading

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The future of the past: ecology and economy

The expectation of one big global community is ruining us. The future is small, diverse, multiple, and interdependent. Continue reading

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