God is Transgender (And So Can You!)

In seeking liberation for themselves and subversion of the dominant meta-theologies, contextual theologies often do violence to or ignore other marginalized voices. For instance, Womanist theology—...

Man’s [sic] Dominion

I’ve been thinking a lot about apocalypse. It might be because I’m reading The Walking Dead (a zombie apocalypse graphic novel) and Y: The Last Man (all the men on the planet except for on...

The Hyper-Real Presence of Christ

In the Gospel of Luke’s last supper narrative, Jesus says the words of institution and immediately, the disciples break into an argument about who is the greatest.  It should not surprise us, ther...

If Christ Has Not Been Raised

One axiom that I hear all the time is that if the Bible is false, or is not self-evidentially true, or there is no God, or there was no resurrection, that we are wasting our time, and we might as well...

On Writing and Un-writing.

Everything we write must be written with the constant anticipation of un-writing. As religious people we are caught up in the ebb and flow of God. Of God who breathes creation one moment and then dest...

A Queer Ecclesiology

The most striking aspect of Christ’s ministry is his own queer relationships. From adulterers to tax-collectors, fishermen and roman soldiers, it has been Christ’s ministry to bring the queerest f...

What Do I Love When I Love My God?

I do not write, because I do not like to be held accountable. I do not write. Writing is an act of catharsis; who wants their catharsis to be plastered all over the virtual marketplace of ideas? Or wo...