Hollis Phelps, Silas Morgan

Special Issue: Jack Halberstam’s The Queer Art of Failure

At critical moments in the history of Christianity, it is the outsiders, rather than people of faith and the theologians who study that faith, who seem best equipped to tell us the truth about who we are. By all indications, Jack Halberstam’s The Queer Art of Failure is not directly interested in religion, theology, or  […]

Silas Morgan

What Marx Can Teach Christian Theology—and the Church—about Being Christian

Karl Marx’s critique of religion is often misunderstood, and so the relevance of its insights for the Christian church go unrecognized. Taking Marx to church will present us with challenges and opportunities to struggle in solidarity with and for others in a world that is impoverished and decimated by global capitalism.