The long and dangerous road of theological tradition

By Joe LaGuardia As a requirement for her Master of Divinity degree at the McAfee School of Theology, Atlanta, Georgia, the Reverend Karen Woods wrote a thesis on race relations in the local church.  In it, she argues that slavery, discrimination, and contemporary conflicts surrounding race did not suddenly appear out of nowhere. Rather, the dysfunction of racism grewContinue reading “The long and dangerous road of theological tradition”

The legacy of the empty tomb

It has been a week since we celebrated Jesus’ resurrection from the tomb, and I am still wondering whether we have moved on to live out the Easter story beyond the graveyard.  Jesus overcame death and ascended to His Father, but in many ways we continue to keep him entombed by our very lives. AlthoughContinue reading “The legacy of the empty tomb”