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Challenging Racism Through the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke10:29-37)


Written November 17, 2011 for my New Testament Studies class at Fuller Theological Seminary Introduction The following study explores Luke’s parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:29-37) through the interpretive lens of race relations in the United States. Although the race relations between 1st Century Palestine and 21st Century America are vastly different, Jesus’ address … Continue reading

Why I am No Longer on Church Staff or in Seminary


Written January 4, 2012 as my official resignation letter from GVBC staff. After being on church staff and attending seminary for a year and a half, I decided the position and accompanying vocation was not for me. I tried to be as honest and candid as possible, for I did not want to be fake … Continue reading

My Theological “Evolution”: Tensions, Questions, and Orson Scott Card’s Xenocide


This is a piece that explores the changes I’ve undergone in my perspectives on the Christian faith using a brief story from Orson Scott Card’s book, Xenocide. For those who have yet to discover the depth and brilliance within science fiction novels, I hope my brief analogy from the third book in OSC’s Ender series … Continue reading

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