Theological Memoirs

This is a series of blog posts that use autobiographical reflections as the context for reflecting on theological themes.

  1. Fatherly companionable silence—June 24, 2019
  2. Losing inerrancy—July 10, 2019
  3. How reading Hans-Georg Gadamer prepared me for heartbreak—July 29, 2019
  4. What grief teaches us about God—August 18, 2019
  5. Why God doesn’t intervene—November 18, 2019
  6. Why the Bible need not be a problem for pacifists—December 16, 2019
  7. Is “schism” okay? What to make of the Methodist split—January 3, 2020
  8. Hope and the embrace of our imperfect present—January 9, 2021
  9. Why I am not (quite) an atheist—January 17, 2021
  10. The “Anabaptist sensibility” and Mennonite signifier—February 2, 2021
  11. The anarchistic appeal of the Bible: A needed story for human wellbeing—February 16, 2021
  12. God and warism: The dilemma—June 7, 2021
  13. At the fiftieth anniversary of my conversion are there second thoughts?—June 30, 2021

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