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  • Just Books

    Just Books

    It’s very difficult to make your voice heard in this world. I’ve been talking for nearly half a century, and most of the time it’s like nobody’s listening. Read more

    The 20 April 2013 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Dannika Nash Asks Churches Not to Drive Young Gay-Affirming Christians Away,...

    Dannika Nash Asks Churches Drive Young Gay-Affirming Christians Away, Church Camp Fires Response

    Several days ago, I blogged about a young churchgoer in South Dakota, Dannika Nash, who had written an open letter to the churches to stop driving young church... Read more

    The 19 April 2013 by   William Lindsey
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  • To Gay Youth Amidst Anti-Gay Demonstrations in France: You Are at Home in Our...

    Youth Amidst Anti-Gay Demonstrations France: Home Society

    Words of concern (and inclusion and welcome) to gay young people in France, as marriage equality is enacted in that nation:Tonight, we would especially like to... Read more

    The 25 April 2013 by   William Lindsey
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  • Loneliness of Long-Distance Runners

    Loneliness Long-Distance Runners

    1988. I was standing along Boylston Street, in Copley Square, watching the Boston Marathon. As the weary first place runner trudged by, I somehow neglected to... Read more

    The 16 April 2013 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Dark Matters

    Dark Matters

    In the humble spirit of this post on the state of the mind sciences and this one on science generally, I encourage everyone to read Alexander Fry’s brilliant... Read more

    The 24 April 2013 by   Cris
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  • Dog-gone Belief

    Dog-gone Belief

    A recent book I read, I can’t remember precisely which one, suggested that one reason the average citizen has trouble with science is the fault of evolution.... Read more

    The 25 April 2013 by   Steveawiggins
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  • I Was That Girl That Could Not Say No

    That Girl Could

    God pierced my soul when I was all alone, wandering in the darkness’ GREELEY, CO, USA — Her world was turned upside down. She was single. Alone. Afraid. Her 21s... Read more

    The 26 April 2013 by   Stjohnpa
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  • Count Omer: 31

    Count Omer:

    they probably counted Omer on Masada 31 is: Fergie Jenkins Greg Maddux Masada fortress completed Aristobulos IV son of Herod died almost haircut time tonight's... Read more

    The 25 April 2013 by   Gldmeier
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  • Buy Their Fruits

    Their Fruits

    A lot of things get thrust at you in Midtown Manhattan. Many of them are religious. As I was out on my lunch break, a Buddhist monk walked up to me on Second... Read more

    The 02 April 2013 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Winsome Anger

    Winsome Anger

    Arresting communication Yesterday morning I was walking along the seafront on Swanage, when I came across the old Pierhead building – built by... Read more

    The 08 April 2013 by   Richardl
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