Category Archives: Theological Reflection

Outliving A Parent

When I turned fifty in January, it was big for one reason: my dad had died at fifty. Had it not been for that, I wouldn’t have cared much. Age doesn’t bother me but this milestone bothered me a LOT. … Continue reading

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Teacher

One of my very favorite ministerial tasks is to teach. I wish I had time to do more of it. Last night, I started a three-session course called “Encountering Jesus” and we began with Jesus As Healer and the healing … Continue reading

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If It’s Not About You, It’s Not About You – But It’s Really Not About You (On White Fragility)

When I wrote The Intellectual Condescension of White Liberals in response to white liberal response to the #BlackLivesMatter movement, the post generated hundreds of comments (256), many of which took me to task for the title of the piece. It … Continue reading

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