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The Superbowl

I am a Broncos fan so of course i was excited for the Superbowl. I thought it was a good game with major defense on both sides. 191 more words

Half-time Show

Ally Profile: Ellison Bennett

It is said let no one judge another.  If we can find the time to love as Jesus did, we would be more happy with ourselves.  

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LGBT Equality


The United Nations Postal Administration(UNPA) on the 4th of February released six new postage stamps promoting equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The new stamps, which seeks to celebrate the diversity of the LGBT community, marks the first time the United Nations has issued stamps with this theme. 998 more words

My Thoughts On The Bible

Joaquin Tenedora-Forte February 5, 2016

Over the weekend I was watching “Lincoln” an academy award winning film on the great president Abraham Lincoln, and the American Civil War. 325 more words


Chelsea...the Poster Child for White Privilege

What brought this subject up was spotting a clickbait headline the other day on social media…one of the shock headlines that entices you to click on the story to read the the breaking news behind the sensational/heinously outrageous claim, only to find a completely (often incomplete) different story. 1,782 more words


Anglican Primates’ Meeting in Canterbury: A Sign of Hope for the Decriminalisation of Homosexuality?

This post was first published on the Westminster Faith Debates blog.

The Anglican Communion made global headlines a few weeks ago, after the Primates (the senior bishops of all the Anglican churches worldwide), assembled in Canterbury, decided to take measures against one member church, the Episcopal Church in the United States, because of its ‘recent change of marriage doctrine’. 751 more words


Founding Principles

I want to begin this project with a message to all potential readers, detailing some of my political beliefs. This is not an all-inclusive list, and it is not meant to be especially sophisticated in language or argument. 908 more words