Friday, November 9, 2012

More Christian Anarchism!

It's been a little quiet over here this week. Sorry about that. I've just been feeling lazy and unmotivated, while at the same time being rather busy--a pretty terrible combo when you have papers and projects due, and, you know, work and stuff.


I've loved all the feedback from my Christian Anarchism post. There seems to be a lot of interest in it and what it's about, so I'd really like to talk some more about it.

And I really want to know what you're interested in hearing about.

What questions do you have about christian anarchism? What challenges would you like to see addressed? There are certainly a lot. Would you like to see some book reviews? Recommendations?  Do you want more personal stories about what it means for me to be a Christian anarchist? Or do you want to share your story?

Let me know in the comments!


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    1. That is a great question. My guess would be because of misconceptions and just general ignorance (or fear?) of anarchism, while process theology and feminism are a bit more mainstream.

      And I think process theology and anarchism can definitely be related. I will have to think about that some more.

  2. Hi Keegan! I am curious if being a Christian Anarchist has led you to belong to a specific congregation or denomination?

    1. Good question, Kaitlyn. I have written a post about this and will publish it on Friday morning! :) Thanks!