Kevin Considine

Kevin Considine is a theology graduate student living in Chicago, IL. After obtaining his Ph.D. he hopes to work as a teacher/scholar at the university level.

He writes about the intersection of faith, politics and culture with a particular concern for the problem of human suffering. In doing so, he wants to remind people that God gave them a brain for a reason and that faith and thinking go hand in hand. He is a cradle Catholic in an ecumenical marriage to a wonderful woman who keeps him in line. He welcomes comments, critiques and/or fits of anger and can be reached at

Recent Posts

View More

Wednesday, March 31, 2010 a 5:54pm
The cross by itself does not save. The entire Paschal Mystery is what saves. Nevertheless, there is no salvation without the cross. For violators are saved because of the cross. And victims are saved despite the cross.
Tuesday, August 18, 2009 a 10:51pm
Our money and resources belong to God and God alone. And these resources are created in order to glorify God and bring about full human flourishing. This is part of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Tuesday, December 16, 2008 a 12:00pm
We are made in God’s own image, so what? Our carrying God's image is a great blessing and it also is a burden to bear. It empowers us, yet it reminds us that we are constantly called to repentence, to changing our life and returning to God and to follow
Tuesday, May 20, 2008 a 3:16pm
The truth is that Sen. Barack Obama is Christian. He isn't Muslim. But that brings up a question: Why would it matter if he was? It shouldn't matter at all. But apparently to some it matters alot.
Wednesday, May 7, 2008 a 10:25am
Without God there is no justice. That’s short and to the point. And that has become my firm belief during my three years in seminary. But let me explain what I mean and what I do not mean by that statement.