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The Medieval Beguines: Models for Spiritual Agency Today by Cynthia Garrity Bond

In a recent article from U.S. Catholic, Common Law lawyer Karen Gargamelli and her newly founded lay community Benincasa are profiled.  Established in New York’s Upper West Side, … 898 more words

Feminism And Religion

How We Read the Bible: And How the Pros Do It

It has been my intention in this series thus far to flood you with information, to show you all the different approaches to the question How do we read the Bible? 1,348 more words


Pro-LGBT Christian Leaders Denounce 'Nashville Statement'

Hundreds of Christian leaders, pastors, theologians and advocates have denounced the vicious, anti-LGBTQ manifesto “Nashville Statement” with a powerful statement affirming the inclusion of LGBTQ and intersex people within faith communities and broader society. 403 more words


Can you believe that Americans of both the democratic and the republican parties rate those lawmakers serving in the US Congress with lower favorability grades than even the unpopular republican President Donald Trump? 1,583 more words

Republican Party

Social Media Junkees

Our feature centres around Instagram, so who better to target as our audience than those most heavily engaged with it!

Enter Junkee.

Our idea fits in well with the Junkee… 125 more words

U.S. Muslims are religiously observant, but open to multiple interpretations of Islam | Pew Research Center

Usual interesting survey results from Pew, along with some comparisons with Christianity and Judaism in America:

For American Muslims, being highly religious does not necessarily translate into acceptance of traditional notions of Islam.

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Against the Nashville Statement

CBMW, A Coalition for Biblical Sexuality, released their Nashville Statement today, and it is exactly as anti-LGBTQ+ as you might expect.  I’m not sure why they felt the need to articulate in a formal statement what they have been saying for years: that LGBTQ+ people are outside the fold, so to speak.   517 more words