st. paul armed with a black bandana and a chant

  “There is a perfect likeness between the Christian and the anarchist: their object, their instinct, points, only toward destruction.” (The Antichrist, Nietzsche, 168) My first major protest was against the G20, which was hosted in Pittsburgh during the fall of 2009. My friends and I borrowed my hall mate’s car and drove from PhillyContinue reading “st. paul armed with a black bandana and a chant”

christmas on the margins

Into this world, this demented inn, in which there is absolutely no room for him at all, Christ has come uninvited. But because he cannot be at home in it, because he is out of place in it, his place is with those others for whom there is no room. Christ’s place is with thoseContinue reading “christmas on the margins”

“i met god, she’s black” and the death of the author

The first time I saw “I Met God, She’s Black” it was being worn by a friend at seminary. I thought they made it themselves. It’s not like there’s a bunch of t-shirt companies who: a) care about theology b) even if they did, it would probably be pop-theology. So they could make some money offContinue reading ““i met god, she’s black” and the death of the author”