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Youth Ministry’s Pivot in the Faith and Science Conversation | Critical Reflections

July 23, 2017

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This article was inboxed to me by a congregant and friend. Out of respect for the people I serve and with whom I share community, I offer below the article in full with my comments in bold and blue, “[via:…].” Youth Ministry’s Pivot in the Faith and Science Conversation Steve Argue, PhD If you’re a youth […]

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time | Reflections

July 19, 2017

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Wikipedia entry. With similarities to Next To Normal, (one of my favorite productions of all time), The Curious Incident put on stage the mind of Autism, and drew the audience in to the head space through lights, and actors. It was a thoughtful presentation, though obviously, it falls short of one’s real experience. The boldness of the […]

Bitten By A Camel | Notes, Reflections, & Critical Review

July 1, 2017

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Kent Dobson. Bitten By A Camel. Fortress Press, 2017. (158 pages) [These notes and review is of a pre-publication copy.] 1. Spiritual Mountaineering If you want to be shaken to your core, if you want to eat amazing food, if you want to unlearn all your political positions, if you want to marvel at the complexity […]

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