Kurt Willems


Kurt Willems is the author of Echoing Hope and the founder and pastor of Pangea Church in Seattle. Also a blogger, podcaster and speaker, he maintains the resource website Theology Curator and hosts the Theology Curator podcast. Willems is passionate about taking dense ideas and communicating them in ways that are empowering for people in all walks of life. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary and a master's degree in comparative religion from the University of Washington. His wife, Lauren, is a special education teacher. They have two young daughters. For more information, visit www.theologycurator.com.

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After a Year of COVID, We Need Jesus’ Humanity

One year of limbo. You’ve likely experienced the tension of the in-between before. But usually…

The Missing Link in the Christian Life

The Christian life has been defined by many things—moral standards, justice, love, etc. But there’s more to discipleship than all of this.

How Should Christians Engage Politics?

Politics are complicated, controversial, divisive—we could go on. But Kurt Willems says Jesus’ approach was far more simpler, and far more surprising.

Discussing the Ethics of Porn in a Post-Christian Culture

This term, I have the honor of teaching college-level speech and ethics at a local…

Can You Lose Your Salvation?

Two broad schools of thought emerge in theological discourse concerning the question, “Can a person lose their salvation?” Our columnist Kurt Willems showcases both sides of the argument and seeks to lay a common ground.

“It’s the End of the World as We Know It”

Why is there an obsession in popular culture and in certain sects of Christianity with the end of the world? Our columnist Kurt Willems tackles this question and also points us toward an understanding of apocalyptic references in Scripture.

Entitled Christian Syndrome

Today, as the church navigates the tricky waters of a transition from Christendom to post-Christendom, the way forward has more to do with humility than combative claims of superiority.