I would venture that in this country too often we have allowed “moralism” to take the place of “morality.” There’s a big difference. Morality looks inwardly. Moralism looks out and looks down.
https://youtu.be/fcHWbi0JNYY?list=PLuR3t84V2Eyc_7qG7848UNOgEezIpaVkK I remember hearing Dr. King’s “I have a dream” speech as a little kid. I remember well, it was the early days of CD-ROM software for the computer, and our school had received a donation of an early digital encyclopedia. The article about Dr. King included a recording. Not the whole speech, not the... Continue Reading →
I want to thank your rector, Jered Weber-Johnson, for inviting me to come to Minnesota. In January. Your rector is sneaky. He chose a really specific moment to invite me to come preach, the end of June last year. I had just walked the streets of my city, St. Louis, for the hottest, sunniest, muggiest... Continue Reading →