Monthly Archives: August 2015

“Called by God?” Probably not.

We need another word to describe the current crowd of political opportunists in the US., because they aren’t Christian. I’m writing from a theological perspective, not a political point of view. Too many politicians seem to think God is their … Continue reading

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President Carter

President Carter was in the news last week, announcing his diagnosis of brain cancer. I’ve struggled with how to address this sad news. Sad, yet inspiring. Carter’s whole life has been inspiring. Less than a week after his announcement and … Continue reading

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When we talk about God

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Civil Rights activist Jonathan Daniels

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the murder of white Civil Rights activist Jonathan Daniels. Faith on the Fringe has many international readers. For some, and for younger readers who may not understand the depths of the Civil Rights … Continue reading

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Religious beliefs — discrimination or dogma?

I was born in Kentucky. At the time of my birth, in 1967, it was illegal in Kentucky, and throughout the south, for black people to marry white people. Miscegenation laws, some of them more than 150 years old, prohibited … Continue reading

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Show me Jesus

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Advice on love — from children

This is wonderful. Advice on Love From Children: http://www.elephantjournal.com/2012/01/kids-wisdom-on-love/

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If Jesus supported people of power –

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Like homesick refugees

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God > hate

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