Monthly Archives: October 2016
I answered the knock at my door to find a pair of elderly ladies clutching well worn Bibles. “We’re here in the neighborhood talking with people about the Bible.” “That’s a great,” I said. “I have a Master of Divinity … Continue reading
Like the prodigal son, God always takes us back.
Q: Any ideas about how to convince half of the people I care about not to soak their children in fear culture, not to hate or abuse people who aren’t like them, and not to support the destruction of the … Continue reading
Rather than try to teach my two and a half year-old how to see the world through my eyes, I strive to see the world through her eyes. Every day we look at the horses in the field. We stop … Continue reading
I sent this e-mail to an area church this week. I’ve redacted the church’s name for reasons that will be apparent. To XXX XX and the leadership of XXX XX XXX : My family lives less than two miles from … Continue reading
“God is Truth. The way to Truth lies through Ahimsa (non-violence). Sabarmati, 13 March 1927, M. K. Gandhi.” Born Oct. 2, 1869. We need a world full of Gandhis.
Increasingly, evangelical Christians are neither. The term is simply the alias of a group of committed Republicans whose politics have no connection to Christianity. Unfortunately, this marginal minority of the faith community receives a disproportionate portion of media coverage. They … Continue reading