Monthly Archives: August 2017

Privilege

Today’s question comes from Beverly.  She writes: “I just read this article (http://feistythoughts.com/2017/08/23/why-i-stopped-talking-about-racial-reconciliation-and-started-talking-about-white-supremacy/) about the ways in which evangelical churches have tried to address racism in their theology, and how those attempts often fall short of creating systemic change by … Continue reading

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I do. Or do I?

Today’s question comes from Stevie.  She writes: “Marriage is one of the most holy and sacred of sacraments. What do you want to know about a couple before you officiate at a wedding?” Marriage is truly one of the most … Continue reading

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Organized Religion? Who Needs It?!

Today’s question comes from Yvette. She wrote these words after watching a loved one be attacked for supporting transgender persons in a posting on social media. “I do not know if I have a question or just a statement on … Continue reading

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