Monthly Archives: June 2016

An invitation to the “third way”

When I gathered people last year to have a conversation with Tim Otto about his book (Oriented to Faith: Transforming the Conflict Over Gay Relationships), I was a little shocked with how distressing his approach would seem to both the affirming and … Continue reading

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What to do with anger?

From our Tues. night bible studies… Mark chapters 1-3 seem especially important (and timely) as we approach the November elections with all the hostility and scapegoating rhetoric that is taking place even now. Anyway, here are my reflections: 1) The Synagogue: The synagogue Jesus … Continue reading

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