Bill Wylie-Kellermann is a nonviolent community activist, retired pastor, and author living in Detroit. His most recent books are: Dying Well: The Resurrected Life of Jeanie Wylie-Kellermann (Case Community, 2018), Principalities in Particular: A Practical Theology of the Powers that Be, and Where the Waters Go Around: Beloved Detroit.
Posts By This Author
A Gift of Voice
On the road together
The Machinery Of War
Technology and the powers that in-dwell
Light to the powers
Discerning the Angel of Detroit
The Spirits and Powers at Work in One City: A Parable for Our Time
A Confessing Church in America?
Spirits of the Age
Apologist of Power
The Long Shadow of Reinhold Niebuhr's Christian Realism
Wise as Serpents, Gentle as Doves
Examining Jesus' response to surveillance.
A Parable of Integrity
Bill Stringfellow and the Word of God.
O Holy Nightmare
Incarnation and apocalypse.
The Word in a Very Small Room
Celebrating Advent in a prison cell.
In the Boldness of the Spirit
Fellowship and risk before the authorities.
Freed to Follow
An Easter celebration of resurrection and healing.
A Confusion Before the Cross
A Subversive Calendar of the Heart
Inspiration for public witness.
Against All Odds
In the disarmament movement, history is more than meets the eye.
To Stir Up God's Good Trouble
John Wesley and the Methodist revival movement.
Barbed Wire and Beyond
A theology of trespass
The Hospitality of God
The theological and historical meaning of Christian sanctuary
The Heart Of The Matter
Resistance as pastoral ministry.