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Are We Even Paying Attention?

By Essays

In late October, a gunman opened fire on a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh, killing 11 people in the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in United States history. Earlier the same week, a white supremacist killed two black customers at a grocery store…

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Crevices & Crannies

By Poetry

for the Sons of Korah (Psalm 84) Swallows swoop across the courtyard well above the notice of those alonefacing stone robed in black They flit & fly & loop back disappearing into gaps in the wall well above the reach…

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Lenten Parables

By As We See It

“Lord, do you want us to command fire to come down from heaven and consume them?”  Luke 9:54 In the passage above, Jesus has just sent his disciples ahead of him to the towns and communities he plans to visit…

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By Culture, Science, Theology

by Clayton Carlson “Of course you are smart, your dad is a scientist.” My kids, who tend to do pretty well in school, have heard a comment like that more than once. There are different ways to interpret what they…

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