Monthly Archives: July 2015

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Inside Out | Review

“Crying helps me slow down and obsess about the weight of life’s problems.” Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant! Pixar has always created stories that deeply touch the soul of our being. This time, they did it by exposing the soul of our

/ Life

Inside Out | Review

“Crying helps me slow down and obsess about the weight of life’s problems.” Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant! Pixar has always created stories that deeply touch the soul of our being. This time, they did it by exposing the soul of our

Automata | Review

“Surviving is not relevant. Living is. We want to live.” “Life always ends up finding its way, even here.” The idea of autonomous creatures has not only been around for a while (see Radical Evolution), the possibilities and potentialities are

Automata | Review

“Surviving is not relevant. Living is. We want to live.” “Life always ends up finding its way, even here.” The idea of autonomous creatures has not only been around for a while (see Radical Evolution), the possibilities and potentialities are

40 Questions for Christians Now Waving Rainbow Flags | Response & Reflections

This post by Kevin DeYoung was sent to me by a respected inquiring mind. Because I regard both the person and the heart-felt conversations we’ve engaged in over the past several years with high esteem, I offer this–my reply–to honor

40 Questions for Christians Now Waving Rainbow Flags | Response & Reflections

This post by Kevin DeYoung was sent to me by a respected inquiring mind. Because I regard both the person and the heart-felt conversations we’ve engaged in over the past several years with high esteem, I offer this–my reply–to honor

Growing Up Trans | Reflections

Reflections: The gender and sexuality wars will, I opine, continue for a long-time into our future. I lament that I believe this, but yet, I consider it to be my best prediction of the future. I will be happy to

Growing Up Trans | Reflections

Reflections: The gender and sexuality wars will, I opine, continue for a long-time into our future. I lament that I believe this, but yet, I consider it to be my best prediction of the future. I will be happy to

Not Losing My Religion, or Can Equality and Christianity Coexist? | Op. Ed. by Lauren Chan

Lauren is a high school student in my congregation. As you will read, she is a dedicated Christ-follower, insightful, articulate, and passionate. I am thrilled to share her essay here as an exemplar of the depth of Christianity found in

Not Losing My Religion, or Can Equality and Christianity Coexist? | Op. Ed. by Lauren Chan

Lauren is a high school student in my congregation. As you will read, she is a dedicated Christ-follower, insightful, articulate, and passionate. I am thrilled to share her essay here as an exemplar of the depth of Christianity found in