Monthly Archives: January 2009

labeling religion

Chabad.org is a religious site with incredible spiritual resources that I often frequent. The depth of the spiritual quest is rich in this space and I cherish the wisdom that find here. But often I am perplexed by the banners … Continue reading

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dissonance

The little I know about music theory and function I’ve learned from church musicians, primarily from one church musician. Donita knows philosophy and music theory and also the rhythms of the heart and moves effortlessly between these spheres. With Donita’s … Continue reading

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MLK and a pass on war crimes

In the midst of the celebratory conversations on NPR this week, ominous tones were struck as reports emerged from Gaza and Wall Street. But the conversation that had the most passion was Monday’s “Talk of the Nation” which explored Bush’s … Continue reading

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dear anonymous

I received an anonymous letter in response to an article I wrote suggesting that Jesus’ embrace was consistently inclusive. Inclusivity is perceived as moral ambiguity and a pathway to communal chaos and ill repute. Maybe so. As I have pondered … Continue reading

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