Taking Jesus Seriously

Drew G. I. Hart explores discipleship and ethics

God is. . . Black?

Love is always vulnerable and yet will never be trumped.

True Christianity in the midst of American shock

A brief black and Anabaptist account

Alternative facts in Bonhoeffer’s Germany

Bonhoeffer is speaking to his social context, which is shaped by Nazi propaganda. But what he interrogates in Of Folly parallels our current discourse labeled as post-truth or alternative facts.

Why more education can't block the criminalizing gaze at black bodies

I am a black man, and will always be so. Therefore, when I move about in the United States people first see my blackness and not my education. This means ongoing vulnerability because my blackness still is interpreted as criminal through a racialized lens. 

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