Blankets & Brooms: The Problem of Generalizations

Blankets & Brooms: The Problem of Generalizations

Sweeping generalities and blanket stereotypes are easy, not requiring serious deliberation, interaction or engagement. Such assessments are dismissive and offensive. They can be hurtful.  Not to mention, they’re usually not accurate.

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Church Search (Part 8): Finding Home

Church Search (Part 8): Finding Home

Our search for a “Church Home” has been an extended, often frustrating journey, with many twists, turns and stalls. But thankfully, it’s come to an end. I’m related the factors that influenced us to make our choice for this church, as well as the possible challenges I foresee with our decision.

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Unmasking the Hypocrisy of Trump's "Religious Liberty" Initiative (Part 2)

Unmasking the Hypocrisy of Trump's "Religious Liberty" Initiative (Part 2)

Last week, Donald Trump signed a “Religious Liberty” Executive Order. Not only is he a Hypocrite for this action, I find the entire initiative fraught with hypocrisy. 

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Unmasking the Hypocrisy of Trump's "Religious Liberty" Initiative (Part 1)

Unmasking the Hypocrisy of Trump's "Religious Liberty" Initiative (Part 1)

Donald Trump signed a “Religious Liberty” Executive Order last week, opening the door for greater political involvement for churches and religious organizations. The long-term implications of the Order are unclear, but the full intent and future direction of this action is easy to surmise. More than anything, the multi-faceted hypocrisy is evident.

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Going Forward in TRUMPed-Up America

Going Forward in TRUMPed-Up America

I’m repeatedly being told I should put the election behind me, accept the outcome and embrace the new president. I have to say...

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