Tag Archives: theology

The White Western hegemony of the Gospel and how that is ending.

Recently the first WeekFOUR event took place.  WeekFOUR is the student group I started with Matt Schuler as a platform for student voices at Fuller Theological Seminary to be heard and as a space for the incredibly diverse and experience-rich … Continue reading

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Why I left Christianity.

Recently I left Christianity. While I have had some amazingly positive experiences in my twenty some years in Christianity, including moments where I truly experienced the love of God, shared true heart-warming fellowship with other Christians, and even times where … Continue reading

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Recovery Journal: Learned Helplessness and the Theology of the Abused (Part 2)

Recap: In my first post of this very very long blog I talked about learned helplessness.  To recap what I said… Abused people often experience trauma they have absolutely no control over.  The pain, trauma and abuses they experience lead … Continue reading

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Recovery Journal: Learned Helplessness and the Theology of the Abused (Part 1)

Part 1: My identity is not in Christ, it is in Seligman’s dogs. During my Introduction to Psychology class at Pasadena City College we covered something briefly that I think was very impactful for my life and I’m sure my … Continue reading

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Letters Between Friends: Dear Kevin (From David Cannon)

Dearest Kevin, most wonderful of the Gonzagas, Thank you for the very kind words man, and also for finding a wife for me. That’s so nice of you. I really enjoyed your letter, and largely agree with you. I’m simply … Continue reading

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