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A Touch of Madness

by Jonathan Gamble
Staff Writer

Many of them said, “ has a demon, and is insane.” John 10:20

Despite our many contrasts, in one respect at least, there is no difference between Wake Divinity and the world: we often refer to things and the other as “crazy” just like everyone else. 927 more words

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INCLUDE, NOT MARGINALIZE PEOPLE ... TO PREVENT VIOLENT RADICALIZATION

We are different … ask any one who has a sibling or a parent … and expecting us to all be the same is the precursor for disaster, thankfully though, of different magnitudes. 468 more words

Connecting The Dots ... With The RESPECT PRINCIPLE

A Bit on Being Queer - Part 1: Opinions and Divisions

Since I started this blog, I’ve been referring to myself more and more consistently as queer. As I’ve continued my personal identity exploration, and my exploration of various gender and sexuality related topics, this identity has become increasingly meaningful to me. 792 more words

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I have a young friend who is using theater for raising public awareness.

Actress and playwright Sylvie Mae Baldwin announces the world premier of her original one-woman play skinny crazy small.  353 more words

Moments

Mt. Zion and Civil Rights

As promised when posting Barbara Thomas’ remarks, here is a very brief primer on Mt. Zion Baptist Church and involvement in Seattle Civil Rights history. 250 more words

Social Justice

SXSW 2015 Panel: Global Competitions that Change the World

Life these days can sometimes seem hopeless.  Turn on the news and you see negative story after negative story.

However, there is cause for hope. More and more, amidst all of the negativity, we see global citizens coming together to remind us all that the things which bring us together are larger than those which divide us. 190 more words

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