Category Archives: Theological Reflection

What A[n Imaginary Friend] We Have In Jesus

[I wrote this for a recent Unitarian Unviersalist Christian Fellowship online newsletter. - VW] One of the most ridiculous accusations sneered at Christians is that we are so intellectually and emotionally weak as to need an “imaginary friend” in God … Continue reading

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How Much Are We Morally Obligated To Pay Attention And Feel?

The religious question that consumes me lately is “How much am I morally obligated to know about the suffering and injustice in the world and what do the wisdom teachers say about how to FEEL about it?” Christian religious practice … Continue reading

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Orlando

Weekends in my neighborhood are festive, with Latino music and parties and grilling. I could do without the 2AM firecrackers going off right outside my bedroom window, and I need to learn how to say both “firecrackers” and “heart attack” … Continue reading

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