A Theology of Access

What would it look like to have a theology of access? Sorry for the double post, but I just keep thinking about how Christianity is part of the problem in our society when it comes to helping with people flourishing and working from their strengths. We have become obsessed with controlling culture and preserving ideologyContinue reading “A Theology of Access”

Wynkoop’s Wesleyan Antiracism

I’m on the last pages of the holiness theologian Mildred Bangs Wynkoop’s book A Theology of Love: The Dynamic of Wesleyanism. She’s Christian, and so am I, but I thought to myself as I wondered whether I should post this on my secular blog, given all of the white Christian nationalism going on right now, maybe Christians willContinue reading “Wynkoop’s Wesleyan Antiracism”