Narrow Path Living

An authentic perspective of life on the narrow path



This Is America

Theology and Film

So this summer I have been taking a class in Theology and Film, and I would just like to say that it has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life as a student. The majority of our... Continue Reading →


Social Justice is Divisive

The truth is I am nervous to write this one. There were tears and a long conversation about how to approach the topic of social justice with my husband. This happened on International Women's Day. At first, I was wrestling with a... Continue Reading →

A Brief Word on Colorblindness

“If the (color)blind lead the (color)blind, both will fall into a pit.”

Monday Morning Theology


When it comes to bridging the racial divide in our nation I hear a lot of well-meaning people suggest that society needs to become “colorblind” in order to move beyond racial tension. By this they mean that we should refuse to view each other as persons of color; that we should not acknowledge that we are black people, or white people, or brown people- but that we are simply people. The effort here is to emphasize our shared humanity rather than divide ourselves based on mere externals.

I see this as noble but misguided because to deemphasize our color is to deemphasize an important part of our individual humanity. We must not elevate our shared humanity at the expense of our individual humanity; both can be held in tension without one superseding the other.

God has made us in many different shades and colors and to practice colorblindness is to…

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