I (Brandy) remember the first time I was considering graduate school and reached out to one of my favorite professors for advice. I expected feedback about where to apply and what to do or not do in my application materials. Instead, my professor spent the majority of the hour trying to talk me out of […]
In this essay Brandy Daniels explores how a queer embrace of failure is generative for Christian virtue ethical frameworks; and argues that failure, through its critical skepticism of the notion of stable and normative paths towards clear ideals, provides a counter-framework for a theological anthropology that acknowledges and affirms creaturely existence and engenders a liberative ethics grounded in risk-taking and inclusion.
In this interview, Snarr shares insights about the living wage movement and reflects theologically and ethically on the role of religious activism as a response to economic injustice.
In this interview, University of Manchester professor and theologian Graham Ward discusses the relationships between contemporary higher education, especially in theology, politics, capitalism, and globalization.