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Mental Illness and the Church’s Failure

So, this is a hard post to write. There are a lot of people who may (or may not) take issue with or feel guilt with what I write here. And, even more importantly, I love the church and believe … Continue reading

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Let Me Reintroduce Myself

This weekend I recently “came out” to my church. It was a big decision on my part and something that they hailed as “courageous” and “brave.” While I am grateful and blessed to be part of such a community, I’m … Continue reading

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God’s Justice

The following is from Andrew Sung Park’s fantastic little book, Triune Atonement: Christ’s Healing for Sinners, Victims, and the Whole of Creation. The justice of God reverses the standards of regular social orders and values (Luke 3:11, 14; 6:20-26).  Jesus did … 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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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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Politicians and Corporations

I take this quote from Matt Taibbi’s Griftopia. “The mistake our politicians so often make with these industry leaders is in thinking they are intrested in, or respectful of, the power of government. All they want is to keep stealing. … Continue reading

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Banksy on Christmas

The image below is one from the English graffiti artist Banksy. It’s an interesting representation on the nature of Christmas.

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