I wrote three posts in a series on Eschatology in Youth Ministry for the Youth Specialties blog. Youth Specialties is a powerhouse in American Youth Ministry, and runs the annual National Youth Worker’s Convention, a publishing house, and Youth Works.
Post 1 is here, Post 2 is here, and Post 3 is here.
I’ve got an essay in the new book Christianity in the Public Square: LIteratures of Politics, Protest, and Social Justice. The book is the conference papers from the 2012 NECCL, and my paper is called “In Defense of Weakness: Jurgen Moltmann and Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog.”
It’s available at Amazon.
I read a paper at the AAR’s Western Regional Conference Monday, March 10th, 2013. The topic was “Modern Popular Music as Biblical Lament.” I explored an idea I’ve worked with before, comparing these two things.
On youth ministry, and the distinction between Bible study and Bible trivia: http://thinkchristian.net/trivia-triviality-and-the-american-bible-challenge
Esteban Torres High School has regular rallies. The next one will have a panel focusing on the question “Does God Exist?” I’ll be speaking as part of this panel on Apr. 23, 2012.
Birth Control, Catholicism, and Sharia Law. On the way defending the religious freedom of a group we like (Catholic Bishops) forces us to defend the religious freedom of a group many of us are less comfortable with.
I started a peer-reviewed journal for undergraduate students, The Sutherland Journal of History and Social Sciences. The inaugural issue came out today. Check it out at www.sutherlandjournal.com