Monthly Archives: April 2013

Jason Collins, Gay Rights, and Disagreement

I am a big sports fan and am very interested in how social issues play out in sports. I would love to give my various musings on a plethora of topics, but I don’t have time. But, in light of … Continue reading

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<a href=" twitter.com/WorkaholicBlak… — Blake Henderson (@WorkaholicBlake) April 18, 2013 ” title=”At least you’re not Ryan Seacrest”>At least you’re not Ryan Seacrest Just a funny picture among the turmoil of the day, what with CNN getting the Boston story wrong … Continue reading

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Responsibility

I have responsibilities.  And that sucks.  Well, kind of. I am a dad and a husband and these are not responsibilities that really stress me out or bother me.  I love these with all my heart. But, I have other … Continue reading

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Homosexuality and the Common Good

I’ve been reading Chuck Gutenson’s Christians and the Common Good. It’s a good read and I’m thinking of developing a small group on Christianity and politics for the Fall from it. But, in reading, I came across the following quote … Continue reading

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End It Slavery

I’m not sure that I know anyone who is for slavery.  We all kind of agree that slavery is bad and that we should end it.  This is not in question.  However, the question for many people is how we … Continue reading

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Spiritual Life from the Underside

Right now, Joerg Rieger is probably the theologian most influential on me, although you wouldn’t know that looking at my CV/resume (it will become more apparent in the coming year). The reason why is his commitment to theology as a … Continue reading

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