Christianity and the Art Xenophobia

Only those who have the courage to suspend their discomfort long enough to self-reflect and disentangle their fear from the presence of their other, will see that there is a third way. We don’t always need to fight or run, we can also choose to embrace our discomfort and explore it. It takes a stronger, more mature individual to extend compassion and openness to our other, whom by the way, is just as uncomfortable with the experience as you.

Embracing Your Other

GREETINGS, THEOLOGICAL MISFITS OF THE INTERWEBS! As a new addition to the already amazing list of bloggers at Misfits, I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself.  In this brief introduction, it is my hope to illuminate for you a dominate force driving my theological musings, while also informing…

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