Ched Myers is an activist theologian who has worked in social change movements for forty years. With a Masters degree in New Testament Studies, he is a popular educator who animates scripture and issues of faith-based peace and justice. He has published more than 100 articles and more than half-dozen books, most of which can be found at www.ChedMyers.org. He and his partner Elaine Enns, co-direct Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries (www.bcm-net.org) in the Ventura watershed of southern California.
Posts By This Author
Framed in Black and White
To live and die in the city of angels.
We're All In the Same Boat
A reflection on gospel journeys and the quincentennial
A Gethsemane Awakening
Gospel discernment in the apocalypse of war
Homing I Keep You
A Tribute to Libby Radcliffe
The Last Days of Jesus
Collapse and Restoration of Discipleship (Mark 14:1 - 16:8)
The Lesson of the Fig Tree
Mark 11:1-13:37 - Jesus' Second Campaign of Nonviolent Direct Action.
Embracing the Way of Jesus
A Catechism of the Cross (Mark 8:22 - 10:52).
The Miracle of One Loaf
The Kingdom as a New Social Order (Mark 4:35-8:21)
Binding the Strong Man
Jesus' First Campaign of Nonviolent Direct Action
In Word and Deed
Jesus' Challenge to Power in Mark
The Cross and the Cold War
The Ephesian Gospel of Peace
The Wind that Diverts the Storm
The gospel and the Nuclear-Free and Independence Pacific Movement
By What Authority?
The Bible and civil disobedience.
Vision from a Blind Man
The naming of Bartimaeus Community