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The ten most-read posts of 2022
Making Christmas political again
Why I no longer want to convince you to be antiracist
Just because you tolerate your own oppression, doesn’t mean we should
Advent promises hope; so where is it?
It’s OK not to get along with your homophobic relatives at Thanksgiving
Leading with nerve benefited Democrats and it could benefit you, too
Taylor Swift and the never-ending tape that runs in our heads
Enemy love doesn't mean dining with white supremacists
Antiracism isn’t power-grabbing, white supremacy is
Jesus is political, but he is not a Christian nationalist
How I was tokenized as an obstacle to antiracism
Listen to the BIPOC that leave your church if you don’t want more of us to
Oppressed or oppressor, oppression makes us all less human
No King but Christ includes the Queen, Tom Wright
No, your church attendance isn’t declining because of antiracism
If American democracy is in peril, should Christians care?
Forgiveness of debt is fundamentally Christian
When shame is useful
A burr in the side of Evangelicals, Ron Sider taught me to be the same
The burden of Jesus is light, but oppression weighs it down
Christians need to see climate change as a moral issue
Christian exceptionalism is not good evangelism
When elected officials tell us to vote for them instead of leading, we need new ones
Remember God’s faithfulness in moments of faithlessness
The power of pride
Why I'm taking Bruxy Cavey’s books off of my shelf
Thoughts and prayers without action are useless
Abusive churches have abusive theology
White supremacists deserve scorn
The overturning Roe v. Wade is a disaster for everyone – Christians should not be celebrating it
Opening myself to the creation opened my eyes to so much more
Why not taking a side is actually taking one
Why Christians should mask again
The apparent politics of Holy Week
All evidence suggests the resurrection didn’t happen. Here's why I believe anyway.
Will Smith slapping Chris Rock was wrong, but that’s not the end of the story
“God thinks you’re gorgeous.” Why God delights in your delight.
Turning Red teaches not to hide our less presentable parts
The antidote to white fragility? Humility.
How do you enter Lent after we’ve endured so much suffering?
The problem with using your privilege
The Super Bowl halftime show helped us Lose Ourselves, without losing our conviction
Should churches be purple?
Online church is good, actually
Want to unite the church? Lift up the marginalized, says Paul.
Don’t Look Up demonstrates the importance of faith amidst absurd politics
Encanto shows us that our elders need to make way instead of getting in the way
Forgiveness must cost you something