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Dear Diary, It gets better. Or: Joyfully denominational in a post-denominational world. Or: Day 3 at Wild Goose

Dear Diary, The last full day of the Wild Goose Festival was as full as a day can be of great conversation, music, sunshine, and more. Highlights of today were hearing Jennifer Knapp, finally meeting Becca Stevens, hearing all about Thistle … Continue reading

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Anglican or Episcopalian?

I became a practicing Christian in the 1980s when hardly any of the Christians I knew would dare call themselves by that name. The commonly received wisdom in the circles where I traveled was “the fundamentalists are giving Christians a … Continue reading

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How left is “The Religious Left”?

Someone recently sent me Charles M. Blow’s recent New York Times op-ed piece, “Rise of the Religious Left.” The gist? A recent report from the Pew Research Center shows that a growing number of traditionally Democratic ethnic groups, such as … Continue reading

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Starhawk Meets Jesus

A few weeks ago I had the privilege of hearing Starhawk. For those of you who don’t know, Starhawk is a highly respected author, global peace and justice activist, and authority on feminist spirituality and goddess worship. She spoke at … Continue reading

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