Three Responses to David Bentley Hart (and one pseudo-response)

David Bentley Hart ("DBH") has created quite a stir in the Christian world with the publication of his new book, That All Shall Be Saved, in which he argues quite passionately for a version of Christian universalism. Hart has espoused this idea for quite some time, but he has been more vocal and up front … Continue reading Three Responses to David Bentley Hart (and one pseudo-response)

Word and Sacrament: A Friendly Response to Skye Jethani

It's not every day that I find myself in disagreement with Skye Jethani. I unfortunately don't have the pleasure of knowing him personally, but I always value his opinion on things and respect what he has to say about any given subject topic. So consider this blog post an exercise in friendly critique. A few … Continue reading Word and Sacrament: A Friendly Response to Skye Jethani

The Future of American Protestantism Looks Pretty “Evangelical”

Almost two weeks ago, the Institute of Religion and Democracy released an online article detailing the decline in membership among the so-called "seven sisters" of America's mainline Protestant churches, a group that includes the United Methodist Church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Episcopal Church, the United Church of Christ, the Disciples of Christ, and my … Continue reading The Future of American Protestantism Looks Pretty “Evangelical”