Against Indifference


I’m not sure if religion is the opiate of the masses, but I’m convinced that indifference is the opiate of the privileged. We turn to it when overwhelmed by the discomfort we feel about our complicity in an oppressed person’s reality.

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A child is never just a child


In the beginning was the word, we are told, / and this word became flesh / and our flesh, in turn, becomes words, / and words bear meaning to remind us / that a child is never just a child.

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How Could Jesus Fight with a Sword in his Mouth?


A river of blood running bridle deep? Jesus riding a horse with a sword in his mouth?

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Living As A People of Hope


As Christians, we must remember that we are a people of hope. We have a message of hope and we are called to embody this hope.

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Why “Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin” Doesn’t Work


Last week my post Love the Sinner Hate the Sin, Really? generated a lot of discussion on RLC.

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“Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin.” Really?


So maybe it’s time to take a look at love the sinner, hate the sin.

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Crisis & Community: Where To Turn In Hard Times


Ironically, it is precisely in our moments of greatest challenge – those times when we need the support of our friends the most – that we withdraw and isolate ourselves.

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