Chaosmic Echos: Theologizing in God’s Silence

“In the beginning God created (poiesis) the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep; and the Spirit of God was moving over the face of the waters. And God said…” Genesis 1:1-2 Thus, begins our sacred scriptures, with a divine voice and… Continue reading Chaosmic Echos: Theologizing in God’s Silence

“Fuck you ‘Cause We’re Enough:” Towards a Radical Punk Theology of Liberation

Preface I wrote this paper for a course that I was taking during my second year of my Masters of Divinity and during the first full semester of the Covid-19 Pandemic. When I started my Mdiv, I was still piecing together my Christian identity after leaving a particular form of evangelicalism. During this "deconstruction" as… Continue reading “Fuck you ‘Cause We’re Enough:” Towards a Radical Punk Theology of Liberation

Friendship: A Folk-Punk Gospel

"Show me your friends, and I will show you your future." In my Church youth group, this phrase was preached to warn teenagers about the company they keep. Although well-intentioned, it encouraged transactional relationships for personal gain while simultaneously urging youth to repress their problems among peers and choose friends based on outward appearances. In… Continue reading Friendship: A Folk-Punk Gospel