Monthly Archives: June 2015

Love wins: Lectionary Reflection

A lectionary reflection for the 13th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Cycle B, in light of the recent Supreme Court decision on marriage equality. Wisdom: All of creation is good. None of it is bad or destructive. No human beings are … Continue reading

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On the #AMEShooting in Charleston, SC

On Wednesday, June 17, an avowed white supremacist went to a Wednesday night Bible study and prayer service at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church in Charleston, South Carolina: a historic church, the oldest black church south of Baltimore. The … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Just City

The Just City by Jo Walton My rating: 3 of 5 stars Closer to 4 stars than three. A very difficult book to classify. One might say “The Just City” bears the same relationship to classical Greek philosophy that science … Continue reading

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