Category Archives: family

Love Wins, But Sometimes It Comes in Second

By | December 11, 2017

“May God have mercy on us all. I only know I miss my daughter Patti very much and I am grateful for having her as my daughter.” https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/politics/wp/2017/12/11/how-is-my-daughter-a-pervert-alabama-dads-plain-spoken-rebuke-of-roy-moore-strikes-a-nerve/ Would you abandon your child if they told you they were gay? Would you sit there while your preacher preached hate about your child? Would you sit… Read More »

The Non-Whiteness of Jesus

By | November 22, 2016

I got to thinking the other day about how we see Jesus and Jesus’ teachings expressed in the lives of his followers. And I began thinking about how hard it is to reconcile our Christian behavior with our Christ. Traditionally, orthodox Christianity means a religion centered around the Christ of the New Testament, where what… Read More »

How a Straight White Christian Male Should Vote

By | November 1, 2016

White Christian man, and I voted today. Neither candidate would harm me if elected. My taxes will either stay the same or go down. I will always have a voice in society. But my friends—women, gays, people of color, immigrants, Muslims—world be incredibly harmed by the actions and policies of one candidate but not the… Read More »