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Equality vs Equity? Think again.

In the second example, everyone is given the same view, so it is also a form of equality.

Also, the second example is not fairness in every situation because not everyone has fair access to a box. 38 more words


Bathroom Bills for Jesus?

I know I’m probably a little bit behind the news here, but I’ve been really busy with homework over the past few weeks. I wanted to write and share my own opinions as they relate to the topic of the so-called “bathroom bill” that North Carolina passed. 1,184 more words


"Gender Identity", Liberal Hypocrisy, and the Rock Upon Which America Was Built (A KJ Sunday Morning Reflection)

The reaction to the passage of laws in North Carolina and Mississippi, banning those of the opposite biological sex from using the public restrooms of the opposite gender’s, continues. 1,209 more words


Recommended Readings: April 9-15

If you read one article this weekend, check out Christianity is Nonsense by Chris Casberg.

For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following suggestions, gathered from around the blogging world. 172 more words


Love Means Attending to What is Urgent: How the “Black Lives Matter” Movement Proclaims the Gospel of Jesus.

Everyone can probably agree that the heart of the gospel is about God’s love for creation, which overflows in us loving others. Love everyone, Jesus says: friends and enemies, rich and poor, people of all races, people of all sexual identities, immigrants and natural born, people of all religions, etc. 917 more words

Church In Context

Recommended Reading: April 2-8

If you read one article this week, look at Freedom and the Intellectual Life by Zena Hitz.

If you have more reading time this Spring weekend, check out the selections below, gathered as always from around the internet. 97 more words


Someday I Hope To Love Sundays Again

I hate Sundays. Wait, I should be a bit more temperate and not so indiscriminate with a term I tell my grandson not to use. So I’ll re-phrase. 601 more words