Not that this is a suprise, since, in my not so humble opinion, they get Christianity wrong. Blog Category:  Religion

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… the Christian Right, I finished my final project for the Art and Religion class. It's a video about their hypocrisy. My good friend Cindy is going to post about it, so I figured I'd beat her to the punch. 🙂 Note: if you have dial up, don't even think about trying to download it. […]

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I'm not sure how I managed to make my way into this stellar group, but I'm part of the crew launching the new blog, called Talk to Action. This site is focused on the theocratic Christian Right, and how to counter it. Fred Clarkson, one of the founders, has a great post on Kos, which […]

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I imagine by now, you've heard about the Sony Music CD brou-ha-ha. In the interest of laying it all out for those who might not have heard details, and explain why you should care, try my hand at providing an explanation. In addition, this serves my not-so-noble purpose of procrastinating from reading the Gospel of […]

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Yesterday, I made a huge step. At least it feels huge, and, I think, to many of you reading this blog, it might sound huge. I joined a new church. Now, one would think that this would not be a big deal. I am a seminarian, preparing for ministry, after all. I should have a […]

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First, a short preface note. For those of you that might not know, I was trained, and worked as, a biologist for almost 20 years (if you count graduate school.) I know evolutionary theory, and I know science. E.O. Wilson says, in an introduction to a new compilation of the work of Charles Darwin: Blog […]

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Dylan, one of my favorite bloggers (I've told you to read her blogs, right?) has a fun thing, apparently making it's way across the net. Google your name, add the word 'needs' and list the top 10 things you find. Here's mine: Blog Category:  Games

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A post on what's going on around torture, and the amazing extent to which this administration will go to not only defend its use, but to promote it, has been brewing in my brain for weeks, now, and it doesn't seem to be gelling. Just around the time it began gelling, it got ungelled by […]

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A press release by the organization called Americans United for Separation of Church and State made me ponder. The background is the recent news that a church in Pasadena, CA (All Saints Episcopal Church) is being investigated by the IRS because of an anti-war sermon. Here is their concluding paragraph: Blog Category:  Current Affairs Law […]

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Things do change. I think that although sometimes change can be jarring, and difficult, change is, utimately, I think a good thing. Blog Category:  Personal

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