About Micah



Welcome to a collection of thoughts that are constantly in flux about faith, doubt, and what it means to be a young evangelical in an increasingly polarized world.

In 2015, I graduated with a bachelor's degree in theology after four years of study and repeated assurances that me graduating wasn't due to a clerical error.

I also have eight years experience in youth ministry where I had the privilege of meeting many amazing young people and seeing them grow in their faith.    

Occasionally facetious, often serious, always footnoted, this is for those who aren’t content with where they are. Dealing with doubt? Too liberal for the conservatives but too conservative for the liberals? Don’t fit in at church because you were raised by pigeons in London Square and communicate by cooing at people? Then I hope you’ll feel inspired and challenged by what you read here.

My influences include N.T. Wright, Alister McGrath, John Walton, Roger Olson, Karl Barth, J├╝rgen Moltmann, Leonardo Boff, Naim Ateek, and David Foster Wallace.

Note: The views expressed on this blog are entirely my own developing views as I journey through life. They do not necessarily represent the views of my church, diocese, alma mater, or possibly God. 

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