The denomination’s Supreme Court could violate one of Methodism’s core principles in order to throw out a gay bishop, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
The Empire is obsessed with names and uses them to legitimize all forms of brutality, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith in a Christian critique of recent U.S. foreign policy actions.
A recent hit piece Good News had on racial analysis reveals a lot about how data is twisted to promote self-serving narratives.
Wesleyanism is two things, not one, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith, and those two characteristics are often at odds with one another.
Are we playing dirty or abiding in prayer in this interim time, while we await the results of the Commission on a Way Forward? asks the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
What does the current U.S. administration’s budget mean for people of faith? asks the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
After observing academics in their natural habitat, the struggle between academics and online communities became more clear, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
For a caucus that claims majority appeal, money, and momentum, why does the Wesleyan Covenant Association share falsehoods instead of naming and claiming what they are really about?
The Rev. Jeremy Smith offers three ways for Christians to cope with difficulty in the world around us.
Church politics, economics, and leverage paint a rather dramatic picture of this moment playing out in Mississippi, America, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.