Social Connects


About Theological Graffiti

About Theological Graffiti

T. C. Moore

"Graffiti" is a term that dates back to Roman times and refers to etchings found in places like the Catacombs. It originates from the Greek word meaning simply “to write.” But modern graffiti is the visual art form of the global hip hop culture. With such affiliation, it connotes participation in a counter-cultural movement. Graffiti is the “voice of the streets”; it’s both a cry and a shout.

Theology is simply “God-talk” (from the Greek words theos for God and logos for logic or word). But theology is sometimes thought of as little more than philosophical syllogisms about God. However, theology is much more than that. Theology is also the sum total of one’s thoughts about God, the world, humanity, the Church, and the future. Every person brings their whole self to theology. Therefore, Theological Graffiti is a blog about both the message and the method—a blog about the Gospel of Jesus communicated in a technological world.

For more about T. C. Moore, visit my personal website or my online profile.

 Following Jesus:

I became a Jesus-disciple at 16, shortly before my 17th birthday. Jesus rescued me from self-destruction, planted me in his family, and revealed my purpose to me. Because of Jesus, I've been transformed. Following Jesus is about Love and Allegiance and Mission. Find out more about following Jesus.


Feedback is welcome here—and I don't even mind if you disagree with me. However, I do ask that all discussion on this blog be conducted in a spirit of charity. This blog is not primarily a forum for debating topics; self-expression is its primary purpose. Comments that aren't offered in a respectful manner will be removed, and trolls will be banned.


If you'd like to contact me, follow me on Twitter, friend me on Facebook, or email me.

T. C.

Links: Bookmark and Share

Books I'm Currently Reading:

Facebook Page

Follow This Blog


Member: MennoNerds

Browncoats Biblioblog Network

We Aim to Misbehave!


TC on Instagram

Recommended Books