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Author Quotes: Albert Camus's Athiest Perspective On Christianity, Part I

“Inasmuch as you have been so kind as to invite a man who does not share your convictions to come and answer the very general question that you are raising in these conversations, before telling you what I think unbelievers expect of Christians, I should like first to acknowledge your intellectual generosity by stating a few principles. 542 more words

Essays

Leaders for Interreligous Understanding (LIU)

In the beginning of April 2014, the Danish organization Danmission hosted a seminar with participants from Denmark, Egypt, Lebanon and Syria. The seminar was funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark in the framework of the Danish-Arab Partnership Program. 38 more words

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Footnotes

Our cavern-bled souls,[1]

faded off-colour by

long-suffered existence,[2]

gape into the

emptiness[3] we

each possess,

and though the floored

linens of Nausicaä 191 more words

Poetry

Questions not to ask the mixed race daughter of two Jewish lesbians

I don’t have a problem with people asking me questions. If somebody is genuinely curious and interested, desirous to know more about alternative families, I welcome any dialogue. 743 more words

Chapter 8: Garden Spot of the World

From last post, I continue Wade Nanney’s story about Ole Man Adair coming home from California in the 1850′s. He travelled from San Francisco around the tip of South America to make port in Charleston. 818 more words

Brackett Town Saga

That's What She Said

I’ll put it right out there; ‘said’ is my friend. I love ‘said’. If ‘said’ were an object, it would be a clean white piece of paper. 422 more words

Writer

Anti-Street Harassment Rally encourages dialogue

When Lourdes Ashley Hunter moved from Michigan to New York City, she was shocked by the sexual harassment in public spaces. Last Saturday April 5th at Washington Square Park, Hunter joined hundreds of men and women that gathered to rally against street harassment. 711 more words

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