Dan Rhodes frames the act of organizing as essential for the church, describing a constellation of artful practices to help rehabilitate our political muscles and counter the fragmentation and injustice.
From Dan Rhodes :: Editor-in-Chief. In a recent interview, Mitt Romney once again displayed how sore a loser he is by emphatically declaring that had he been elected president he would be doing a much better job than Obama. It is clear that his ego is matched only by his inability to conceive of things not […]
Revolutionary Christian Citizenship By John Howard Yoder and Edited by John C. Nugent, Branson Parler, and Andy Alexis-Baker Yoder for Everyone, Vol. 2 Herald Press, 2013. 171 pages. $15.99. Discipleship and Political Disruption by Dan Rhodes My guess is that Yoder would wryly smirk at the idea of a “Yoder for Everyone” series. I […]
In this essay, David Kline and Dan Rhodes discuss how Christianity can learn from the Tea Party, while at the same time showing how the language of cliché not only distracts us from the real political issues we face but also creates an ersatz sense of certainty that can make us unintentional participants in evil and violence.
In this Advent sermon, Dan Rhodes engages the deeply disturbing and yet hopeful interruption of the angel Gabriel to Mary, when he announces that she will bear the Christ-child.
Dan Rhodes talks to Chris Rice about the catastrophic failures, flashes of redemption, and possibilities for hope in a world of pain and conflict.
Willie Jennings discusses the racial disfigurement of the Christian social imagination and how its heritage continues to plague our view of people and the world.
The Other Journal’s Dan Rhodes interviews Stanley Hauerwas about the state of education and the role of theology in the modern research university.
In this interview, Charles Mathewes explores the current movements of Atheism through American religious history.