Theology

Forget Seminary

The Alexandrians, maybe next to St. Justus, set up what may be the first catechetical schools for Christians. These weren’t

Theology

That Time Wesley Called A Bishop A Heathen

This blog is a response to a sermon given by a UMC Bishop. It is not about style, but about

Doctrine

Litany from 1662 – schism of the heart and Wesley

From all sedition, privy conspiracy, and rebellion; from all false doctrine, heresy, and schism; from hardness of heart, and contempt

Doctrine

Theological Commitments

This was a questions asked among some friends lately. What are our theological commitments? Mine is easily rooted in the

Doctrine

Toward a Theology of Mental Health and Wholeness (1)

My project for the new year has been to make an attempt at a theology dealing with mental health. While

Doctrine

Methodists and Mission

I spent Saturday with a group of United Methodists from across my jurisdiction. The event brought together a diverse group

Other Posts

Still Fixing What Scares Me About The UMC

Continuing with the idea that the plans for the future of the UMC have been presented in mostly practical convenience

Church History

Fixing What Scares Me About The UMC (The Beginning)

A few days ago, I wrote about what scared me regarding the situation in the UMC. Feel free to read it of