All that work on “The Politics of the Resurrection” put me in the mood for doing bigger and better research projects. I am going to try to stay on top of my other reading goals, but starting tonight, I am going to be embarking on a new project titled, “The Anarchist G-d”. Essentially, I will be retracing, in depth, the theological convictions that led me to
anarchism. Furthermore, I will be making the argument that hierarchical structuring of humans derives not from G-d but from a human rejection of G-d. What will be woven into this series will be discussions on monotheism, the imago Dei, the Trinity, the incarnation, Creation, the Exile, the Holy Spirit, the Kingdom of G-d, and the political implications of the interaction of all these things. Since I will not be limited by a timeline (these are not going to become sermons), this project will hopefully be more extensive and comprehensive than the “Politics” series. However, it will take much longer, and will not be nearly so uninterrupted. I hope you enjoy reading what I find as much as I will enjoy finding it!