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Foresight? Maybe - Relevant? Yes

I’m back in the saddle again. I haven’t posted in a long time and realized that it was due to my Twitter habit.  Sorry.  Time to get back to the written word without the 140 character limitation. 273 more words

Witchy Wednesday: Why Colorado Springs will Always be the Witchiest City (to me, at least)

I’m sure I’m not the only one that gets random associations in my head, right? Two things that are objectively unrelated, but are forever linked in my brain meat. 415 more words


Salman Rushie Explains Trumpism

Natural disaster is here again, giving us a chance to look at the lunacy of cause-and-effect carried to the point of lunacy.  Jim Bakker, the former PTL tele-evangelist, now hawking the gospel and end-of-the-world survival food.  452 more words


Is God in charge of hurricanes and floods or even good weather?

“God is systematically destroying America,” the Rev. John McTernan, a conservative Christian pastor who runs a ministry called USA Prophecy, said in a post-Sandy blog entry that has since been removed.

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The Nashville Statement (A Plain Language Translation)

The Nashville Statement (A Plain Language Translation)


John Pavlovitz


This week over 150 Evangelical pastors and Conservative Christian leaders released a joint manifesto on sexuality and marriage entitled the… 958 more words

The Nashville Manifesto

These Two Guys Had a Manifesto Too—and Millions Died as a Result of It

The Christian fundamentalists and conservative evangelicals have shot themselves in the foot yet again and driven one more nail into the coffin of their two “isms.” Today the Scribes and Pharisees at The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, a fundie organization, issued an official written statement on human sexuality, homosexuality, and gender identity at a meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. 925 more words

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1 word, 13 letters, 5 syllables; defined as the ‘refusal to accept any standard short of perfection’. It’s primarily thought of as a positive trait, pushing individuals to be the very best that they can be, a mark of intellect. 255 more words
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