Author: brandinmiller

In Search of a Prophetic Thanksgiving

Originally published 11/24/2016   I am a holiday ruiner. Everytime my family and friends get together it comes as no surprise that I spend at least a few minutes brooding…
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(Christian) White Supremacy 101: In The Beginning…

Originally published 8/31/2016   “We are all one in Christ, race doesn’t matter to God” “God calls us all to be united, can’t we focus on what we have in…
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Evangelicals Racial Alibi

Originally published 6/8/2016 on The Salt Collective   Over the past two years of racial tension and trauma in the wake of Black Lives Matter, there have been daily opportunities to…
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A (Christian) Beginners Guide to Getting Woke

Originally published 5/31/2016 To be woke is to be aware of the social conditions of our world and the myriad of ways that our minds are conditioned to privilege dominant…
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The Church Needs Lemonade

Originally published 4/28/2016 at The Salt Collective, Huffington Post Intuition. Denial. Anger. Apathy. Emptiness. Accountability. Reformation. Forgiveness. Resurrection. Hope. Redemption.   If one were to put these words together on a…
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Jesus Shut It Down and They Murdered Him For It

Originally published 3/25/16 at The Salt Collective All too often the Easter message is reduced to a pastel colored math equation: Jesus + death = we go to heaven And this…
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|Ferguson is Ordinary|

[caption id="attachment_90" align="alignnone" width="750"] Dove memorial placed in the ground for Michael by Michael Brown Sr.[/caption]      It has been 8 months since I have written because honestly, this…
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| A Displaced Christ(mas) in a Comfortable Christianity |

I wonder if as Christians we have taken Jesus out of Christmas. ....wait thats not how that goes... Christ. Christ out of Christmas. Back on track now y'all.      …
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|Ferguson, Guns, and Porn: Objectification and A Culture of Violence|

Very few people would describe me as an angry person. I recently asked most of my close friends at separate times how many times they remember seeing me angry and…
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