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Juneteenth

I value that Juneteenth is getting a lot more broader attention these days. It’s a really important day in American history, not so much this particular day (which was when the Emancipation Proclamation became applied in Texas) but as part … Continue reading

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Considering the Cross

The cross is everywhere in our culture.  The legacy of many centuries of Christendom, where it was a marker of faith, then became a marker of culture, ethnicity, power.  A symbol of rejection and punishment becomes the marker of acceptability.  … Continue reading

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Do not let your heart be troubled

This quarter, I’m teaching a couple classes and leading a couple students through independent directed readings.  One student is focused on transformative Christology and the other student on global Methodist/Wesleyan theologies.  I’m teaching a class on Practices of Christian Worship … Continue reading

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Ghosts

Echoes from a past life? Visitors from an unknown beyond. It is hard to say. But it does seem now there is definitive proof they exist.

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