I wrote this piece a while back for a profile on Medium.com. I am re-branding that profile and felt this piece was better suited for my personal blog. I hope you enjoy reading! I am doubting Thomas. Caravaggio’s The Incredulity of St. Thomas brilliantly depicts a dumbfounded disciple (Thomas) as he has his hand gently guided … Continue reading Does Questioning the Physical Resurrection of Jesus’ Body No Longer Make Me A Christian?
I love watching documentaries; I am fascinated by them. Like all movie genres, there are a million documentaries available ranging from awe-inspiring to “Awe crap, that was a waste of time.” Recently, I watched a documentary that, I feel, fits into the former. The film was called, Jane, and it follows the early work of … Continue reading The Courage to Question
When you are young, people tell you, “Growing up is not going to be easy.” I didn't want to believe that when I heard it. Well, it turns out they were right. As I enter into the next chapter of my life, I can’t help but notice that some things look different from my … Continue reading Where Have All Of My Friends Gone?
Last year, I began a journey that has taught me a lot about myself and the type of man I desire to become. I didn’t take a long trip or have an of out-of-body experience, I started a Podcast. In my last blog post, I wrote about the search for my identity. I also wrote about … Continue reading What Is “The Mission Podcast”?
Who am I? Where do I belong? Why does the search for my identity continue to plague me at various points throughout my life? Am I always going to question my place in existence? (I hope not, it is exhausting.) What am I missing? Am I broken? Am I incomplete? Where did I go wrong? … Continue reading Who am I?
This week, I was fortunate enough to attend an event hosted by one of my favorite thinkers and writers, Peter Rollins. The event was called, Playing with Fire, and was an introductory course on how to incorporate theories of radical theology into your chosen ministry practice. It was at this event that I had a bit … Continue reading Fire.
January can be a complicated time for a lot of people. For me, January tends to bring a lot of reflection. I think about the past year and, usually, I regret all of the things I didn’t accomplish. What a way to start off the new year; With regret. Not all people are like me … Continue reading It’s 2018, Now What?