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“The Bible is against Women, Especially the Old Testament” This is something I regularly hear either spoken outright or intimated. “women were treated as property, not persons” “women were not free to express themselves, their desires, needs or rights” “women … Continue reading
Telling Instincts When we are in trouble and look for help we look for it in predictable places. We need more money to pay a debt or to fix a problem We need better connections (human or divine) to get … Continue reading
What Do You Do When You Face an Existential Threat? At a pastoral retreat a number of years ago a group of pastors discussed what it would take to spark a broad revival of Christian faith. One pastor answered “an … Continue reading
A Judgment Against Moses Numbers 20:1–13 (NET) 1 Then the entire community of Israel entered the wilderness of Zin in the first month, and the people stayed in Kadesh. Miriam died and was buried there. 2 And there was no … Continue reading
Rediscovering Lent I don’t believe I heard the word “Lent” until I was in college. Christmas I knew. Easter I knew, but not Lent. I don’t remember seeing kids with ashes smeared on their foreheads in the late winter or spring … Continue reading
No “God Talk” Please I completely understand the reason the secular west attempts to exclude “god talk” from public conversation. “God talk” is problematic. Katy Perry was raised in a Pentecostal Christian home, loves speaking in tongues and sees her spirituality … Continue reading