The Patriot

You can participate in all the pomp and ceremony unit you drop dead. You can wear the scared patriotic colors of red, white, and blue till you wear nothing else. You can sing patriotic songs till you go hoarse. You can sing Star Spangled Banner, The Battle Hymn of the Republic till to you weep. … More The Patriot

The Unlikely Disciple: Liberty University’s Education

To sum up Liberty’s education system would be this: there is a point at which Liberty deems knowledge to be harmful to one’s salvation. The institution is afraid that if students gain too much secular knowledge they will fail in their faith, no longer being obedient to God. In many ways it the stance that … More The Unlikely Disciple: Liberty University’s Education

Rules of Interfaith Dialogue: The Basics

I love interfaith dialogue. It’s amazing. You have the opportunity to learn about other people, religions and philosophies, cultures, and various ways in which people worship or don’t worship. Those who are engaged in interfaith dialogue truly care about inter-religious understanding and unity but we all come to the table with our preconceived notions about … More Rules of Interfaith Dialogue: The Basics

After the Shootings: Building Bridges not Walls

Many different sides of the U.S. have manifested themselves in the wake of the Orlando shooting. There was solidarity with the victims families, LGBT, Latinx, and Muslim communities while there was new found resolve to attempt to pass gun control legislation. Now with the recent shootings of black men by the police and the sniper … More After the Shootings: Building Bridges not Walls