Tag Archives: Faith

Cultural Christians ~ when Christianity isn’t Christianity

A prominent voice in mainstream media is Cultural Christians who care more about the culture than they do about actually following the teachings of Jesus. You know who they are — sycophant, sympathetic apologists for sexist, racist bigots and patriarchal … Continue reading

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Who is thankful for you?

If that’s how they talk to each other in public, I thought, I can’t imagine how they speak to one another at home. I was at the grocery a few days before Thanksgiving. Another middle age couple passed by, arguing … Continue reading

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Tim Kaine – A good and faithful servant

While he was Governor of Virginia, I interacted with Tim Kaine on many occasions. Here are a few personal reflections on the faith of Sen. Kaine, the Democratic candidate for Vice President of the United States. After the Virginia Tech … Continue reading

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The world is too much with us

When I shared this on Facebook recently, this was one of the comments: “There were years when this was true for me – why that stopped is beyond me.” Considering a response, I was reminded of a poem by William … Continue reading

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Strange bedfellows

This is awkward. In a June 5 Facebook post, Franklin Graham suggested it’s time to “fight the tide of moral decay that is being crammed down our throats by big business, the media, and the gay & lesbian community.” Because … Continue reading

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Solomon in all his glory

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Finding your elephant

Three blindfolded people were led to an elephant. The first person touched the elephant’s ear and said, “This is soft and supple like well worn leather.” The second person touched the elephant tusk and said, “This is hard and smooth, … Continue reading

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