Category Archives: Love

The Hundred and First Sheep

[…]A solidarity that doesn’t take into account the role of the oppressor in these events is the kind of one sided, privileged noise that continues to perpetuate the problem. There seems to be no acknowledgement from feminist organizations of the … Continue reading

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I Was Right

Yesterday, after meeting for worship, my church held its monthly meeting for business. Technically, this is referred to as meeting for worship with attention to business, or some similar phrase, the grammatical intent being to place worship at the center, … Continue reading

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Distress Tolerance

If you haven’t been keeping up with Rachel Held Evans’ unity blogorama, you should go catch up now.  My contribution is superlate, but here it is: I’m writing this post on unity, and I’m trying to keep my thoughts from … Continue reading

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Objectivity

Roger Olson: I will take the risk of putting forth a theory here.  It seems likely to me that whenever and wherever and to the extent that the objective view of the atonement (viz., that the death of Christ reconciled … Continue reading

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Repugnancy

Whatever else one might say about Jimmy Carter, he’s not known for hyperbolic flair.  So, when he says that he has identified “the most serious and all pervasive and damaging human rights abuse on Earth,” it’s likely that he’s being … Continue reading

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This Grace In Which We Stand

O, for a thousand tongues to sing My great Redeemer’s praise, The glories of my God and King, The triumphs of His grace! -Charles Wesley, O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing We have, in the last line of this … Continue reading

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