Category Archives: Anarchism

A Primer on Anarchy, Anarchists, and Anarchism: Part 1

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“Anarchy” conjures negative feelings in nearly all people. To most, it represents the breakdown of social order, and it elicits images of young men throwing Molotov cocktails while wearing bandannas on their faces. The common (mis)perception of anarchy perpetuates the … Continue reading

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My Response to the Death of Osama bin Laden

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Oftentimes, as Christians, we take for granted that we know right out what it means to be “saved”. Since we know without a doubt what it means, we never question the genesis of that phrase. We assert that all people … Continue reading

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The Anarchist G-d Part 1: Is There A Theology of Anarchism?

Many people flinch at the thought of theology. Oftentimes, they treat theology with suspicion and hesitation. Too often, theology and theologians have been related to Jesus’ pharisaic opponents and their attempts to interpret the Torah. Through this lens, theology has … Continue reading

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The Anarchist G-d

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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 … Continue reading

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A Brief Thought on Egypt and Its Current Crisis

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I need to first say that I support those protesting against Mubarak. Under his guise, Egypt experienced an intense disparity of wealth that is inhuman and abhorrent. That being said, I grow ambivalent to the nature of protests occurring in … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Vote

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I hope this will be short. In 2007 and 2008, people all across the United States worked tirelessly. They wrote, drew, organized, rallied, yelled, and eventually, voted. Political organizations, schools, individuals, churches, nonprofits, corporations, and many other groups spent millions … Continue reading

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Bumper Stickers Make Terrible Exegetes: Against Socialism

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While riding the bus home today from work, I saw a red Ford Focus station wagon with a mass of bumper stickers on it. Predominantly, they were stereotypically “liberal” bumper stickers. They said phrases like, “Proud to be everything conservatives … Continue reading

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