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Pathways

As I age, I am beginning to realize that all I need to do is to take the next step.  What makes it the “right” next step?  It is the next one.  The one that is available to me.  The one which the cosmos seems to have placed below my foot just before it landed.

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Book Review: Can I Get a Witness?

We review the new collection of essays exploring the lives and motivations of thirteen remarkable people. “Can I Get a Witness? Thirteen Peacemakers, Community Builders, and Agitators for Faith and Justice” isn’t a beach read but a book that demands that you pay attention.

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False Gospels?

Requiring believers to accept a particular view on marriage in order to follow Christ comes closer to the behavior of the those condemned by St Paul than the behavior of provinces which have expanded their understanding of marriage. The doctrine of marriage has the appearance of becoming a new “circumcision.”

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