In this post, I am going to about-face and argue that the story of Esther also reveals the solution to defeating racism. We must treat each other as individual persons, not as representatives of our group. … Read More Lessons on Racism in Esther
I am afraid of getting something wrong. I’ve gotten used to listening, so now I’m wondering if I have something to say? There is a lure to stay in research mode because it is hard to think.… Read More Seminary: The unexpected struggle.
To disagree without being disagreeable is a useful skill. … Read More How to Usefully Disagree – 2 Timothy 2:19-26
Is it okay to apologize for something I have not done personally, but has been done by the members of my group, or race, or religion, or family? … Read More We have sinned.
I heard of a professor who started every class with these words written on the white board: I MAY BE WRONG, BUT… With this acknowledgment, she then led the class through her process of determining why she didn’t think she was wrong. What is so revolutionary about that? Well, we live in a world where… Read More I may be wrong…