Monthly Archives: January 2017

We are ALL loved

I attended a charming Christmas pageant a few weeks before Christmas. The small church in a small town is probably close to 100 years old. Can you imagine all the pancake supper fundraisers that paid for this? They were lovely … Continue reading

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Women’s march 2017

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Inauguration Day 2017

Some Conservative Christians hated President Obama so much, that after eight years they’ve completely divorced themselves of every message in the Bible. The idea of following the actual words of Jesus has long been on the fringe of the faith. … Continue reading

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A Christian nation? No, thanks.

Scripture tells us that when the Israelites lost faith in the Lord, they demanded a king (1 Samuel 8) and as a result a lot of bad stuff happened to them (most of the rest of the Jewish scripture). Despite … Continue reading

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Character as clear as black and white

The president-elect of the United States kicked-off the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend by attacking on Twitter a civil rights legend who marched with King. John Lewis, a 14-term member of Congress, announced last week that he intended to … Continue reading

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Christians and abortion

This is really good. I tried to explain previously that Protestants didn’t always oppose abortion and didn’t do nearly as good a job as he does in explaining it. The ‘biblical view’ that’s younger than the Happy Meal  

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A question of character

On the anniversary of the birth of Alexander Hamilton it’s ironic that there were new revelations of president-elect Donald Trump’s moral failings. The Broadway play thrust Hamilton back into the cultural spotlight, but in 1797 the former Secretary of the … Continue reading

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