Updated links: Sexual Abuse and the Evangelical World

Over the past year or so, much has come out in regards to sexual abuse in evangelicalism. Seemingly though, only certain subsets of evangelicalism has discussed it on the interwebs. I know from leading all sorts of churches on trips in the summers, that many churches have protocols in place to help guard and protect their students from predators. Typically, […]

Story Part 1: Mimesis and Story — the Art of Listening to that which Represents Us

The first time I was drawn to meaningful stories was in college. Simultaneously, in two separate classes, I was reading James Joyce’s The Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man and Nathanial Hawthorne’s Scarlet Letter. The former, I “read” in high school, while the latter was not on our reading list, so both stories […]