Clarence Jordan was unusual. After earning a PhD in Greek from Southern Seminary in Louisville, he, his wife, and another couple left the academic world and at the height of Southern racial apartheid founded Koinonia Farm in southwest Georgia. The farm’s mission was to model a holistic community – a community dedicated to interracial fellowship, […]Read more "“Lazarus got what was left.”"
So this will be a little different from any other post I’ve done. I’m just going to ask a series of questions and leave it at that. I don’t really have any answers. Why are the people who suffer most in our world the most religious? I know, obviously that’s a gross generality. But […]Read more "The Problem of Pain or Privilege?"