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What If I'm Wrong? 4 Comments Read more »

What If I’m Wrong?

The Truth About Being Wrong A friend of mine made a comment/question on facebook recently that went like this: What if people pursued truth instead of sides? A thoughtful comment to be sure, and it made me think. Of course, the thought that immediately came…


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Jesus Politics

Clearly a comparison between the political groups of Jesus’ day and ours is not perfect. I’m not trying to say Jesus was on the side of any group, or that any current political party is the party he would have been a part of. Quite…


Impotent Faith: Where is Christian America in Matters of Injustice? Leave a comment Read more »

Impotent Faith: Where is Christian America in Matters of Injustice?

Where is Justice? By Joseph Ellis I hear two sides of Christian faith predominantly being expressed these days. The first has to do with Christianity being an inward experience that changes people from the inside out. The second is what was once called the “Moral…


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Hope And Fear As Missiles Fall In Libya

Here’s hoping things turn out differently this time. By Joe Ellis Atonement. I get the distinct sense that at every level of the administration there is a deliberate effort to show the world we have learned from the past. There isn’t just a hope that…


Obama: The Land From Which I Was Birth(er)ed Leave a comment Read more »

Obama: The Land From Which I Was Birth(er)ed

Obama, Birthers, and The Land That I Love By Joe Ellis Presidential elections have been interesting in the last decade to say the least. From Bush/Gore to Obama/McCain/Palin, the field has been rife with stories, debate, and debacle that boggle the mind. Few, however, have…