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She has long and pearly features—a statue made out of stone. She’s all cheekbones that stab the air around her, breaking the tiny wind currents. Upright, she transforms into a scare and a cube when encased within herself. 122 more words

Following up: Further Reflections on Al Mohler, Racism, Inerrancy, and Theological Education

Note: Thank you to Rod Thomas for looking over this reflection and offering helpful critiques. All errors are mine.

 In the previous blog post, I attempted to connect the dots between inerrancy, racism, and theological education, responding to… 1,723 more words

Hush Hush

Don’t make a sound. Hush!


The march of footsteps trail behind us. The patrols… They are getting closer. Quick! Take the corner.

Hush! Be quiet. 681 more words


Happy Fourth of July, Suckers!

OK, we’re all supposed to worry about what others think, right? And how ‘we‘ can hurt them by just being ourselves. Making sure that no one else is offended! 734 more words

Social Commentary

... with liberty and justice, for some

Court Rules Police No Longer Have to Release Information about Corrupt Cops to the Public | The Free Thought Project

Maryland — In a damning blow to transparency, the Maryland Court of Appeals ruled that information related to police misconduct cannot be disclosed to the public and is exempt from the Maryland Public Information Act … 204 more words

The time is now....

The time to remember is now. The time to speak a counter hegemonic race talk that is filled with the passion of remembrance and resistance is now. 41 more words