As a church, our scholars are an underutilized gift. We are fortunate to have organizations like the Wesleyan Theological Society
Justice Antonin Scalia died suddenly on February 14, leaving a vacancy on the Supreme Court that could tip the balance.
The Rule of St. Benedict advises its adherents “to become a stranger to the world’s ways.” What a fascinating rule!
This past week I learned that apparently a LOT of Christians are in an uproar over Starbucks and the color of
United Methodists have been abuzz this week reflecting on Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s hints at his plans for the
I’ve learned something from past General Conferences. General Conference can’t save The United Methodist Church. This summer I have followed on social
Tony Campolo tells a classic joke that combines two of my favorite things: Communion and ecumenism. It goes something like
From its earliest days as a movement within the Church of England, Methodism has always pushed for progressive social action
At this last session of the Greater New Jersey Annual Conference (my annual conference), two churches submitted several pieces of legislation
So much of the contemporary theological and ethical conversation in the United Methodist Church is just damned boring. We pantomime