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Somewhat stuck in the middle

I’ve always lived on the mostly deserted island that rests comfortably between the two prevailing substrates of the American political system — thus I’m somewhat Liberal, somewhat Conservative. 918 more words


Loving People Anyway

Reading: Gate A-4 by Naomi Shihab Nye 

Sermon: Loving People Anyway 

Sermon Audio Available Here

Almost exactly one year ago, 17-year-old Zachary Cruz was having a regular afternoon at the skate park when his mom’s friend showed up running towards him, in a clear panic….“Do you know what happened? 2,412 more words


Atonement According to Evangelicals

In this post we want to continue to define what the classical Calvinist and classical Arminian views are before we jump fully into the debate itself. 542 more words

Practical Theology

The Waves of Time

JANUARY 19, 2019

by Jimmie Moglia for The Saker Blog

That all the world is a stage and all men and women merely players is a familiar and generally accepted proposition. 4,479 more words

War On Iraq

L'universalismo rispettoso delle differenze culturali è raggiungibili?

Is universalism respectful of cultural differences attainable? It does not seem possible to ignore the need for normative justification (thus, moral theory) when we venture into the social and political critics arena. 3,955 more words


About The Canon of the World Literature.

Three years ago, I took it upon me to read the top 100 of the Canon of the world literature and have recently accomplished this challenge. 602 more words


Beautiful Music of Universalism: That Great and Fiery Force

153 years after the founding of the Universalist Church of America, in 1946, a newsletter called “Theologically Speaking” was launched upon the world. Its writers were multiple, their names probably unrecognizable to most people today: Gordon McKeeman, Albert Ziegler, Earle McKinney, Raymond Hopkins, David Cole, Frederick Harrison, Charles Vickery, and Albert Harkins. 2,779 more words

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