Blog: Intersections

Index to Intersections Blogs

Charlotte and Janie Talk about Government: What is it and what is it for?

Charlotte and Janie Talk about Health Care, Education and NASA

Charlotte and Janie Talk about Health Care

When Nature becomes Un-Natural

“Change Back”

An Apology from an Embarrassed Christian to my non-Christian Friends

A Glass Half Full

The Third Day

Antidisestablishmentarianism

America in Process

This Remarkable American Family

Stunning and Outrageous Ignorance

Mental Gymnastics

Two Good Reasons Why I Am Going to #VoteAnyway

Janie and Charlotte on Religious Liberty #4

Janie and Charlotte on Religious Liberty #3

Janie and Charlotte on Religious Liberty #2

Janie and Charlotte on Religious Liberty #1

Donald Trump is Wrong about Voter Fraud

Lessons Learned from Yusra, Rafaela and Ibtihaj

Black Lives AND Cops’ Lives

Religion and Culture: Two Sides of a Coin

Letter to the Judiciary Committee on Advice and Consent

Absolutely Stunning

Maybe Not Such a Crazy Dream After All

Politicians: When You Pray, Move Your Feet

When Anthropology Trumps Ideology

Happy’ Veterans Day? Maybe One of These Days

The Cult of Money and Power

A Call to Give Up Christian Privilege for the Sake of Religious Liberty

‘Liberal’ and ‘Conservative’ Is Not the Problem

Table Talk that can Feed our Souls

Human Rights Celebration at CWU

Truth, Justice and the American Way

Rosa Parks and Kim Davis

A Theological Reflection for Labor Day

Exploring Intersections of Faith, Culture and Politics

How One Christian Minister Justifies Same Sex Marriage

Where Angels Fear to Tread: Some Thoughts on Abortion

A Letter to my Christian Friends who are Anxious about Your Religious Liberty

Pastors and Politics

Confessions of a Reluctant Patriot

“How Corporate America Invented Christian America” : A Reflection on this Important Book

How to Talk to “Those People”

Sincere Differences Discussed Sincerely

Change of Mind, Change of Heart: Moving Away from Fundamentalism

This is Outrageous: Loving our Muslim Neighbors

Feminism is Not the F-Word

Holding on to Hope in Such a World

Out of My Place, Into My Place

Faith, Culture and Politics

Love Your Neighbor. Period.

Privileged? Who Me?

Women are Created Equal Too

Rachel Weeping for Her Children

Then She Said: “I’ll Vote for Jesus”

There are Two Kinds of People in the World …

Dear Nice Person Who Asked Me About My Recent Letter to Sen. Cruz

 

Charlotte’s Letters to Sen. Ted Cruz…

…On Earth Day 2016

…Whose Religious Liberty?

…On Advice and Consent

…On Protecting Women’s Health

…After the Iowa Caucus

…On Fear Mongering

…On Planned Parenthood

…On Immigration Reform

…On Misunderstanding Religious Freedom

…On Care of the Earth

…On the Fusion and Confusion of Faith and Politics

…On Marriage Equality

…On Love of Neighbor as a Guiding Principle for Politics

 

 

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