Pardon me while I unpack things
After searching for a while I have settled on relocating my blog to Silvrback, a blogging site designed for writers. Please excuse the mess as I learn my way around here.
This move was prompted by a change in the terms of service at my prior host, Tumblr. While I generally support some of the changes required by the new anti-trafficking . . .
A reflection as we approach Memorial Day
News this weekend of the US-led attack in Syria reminded me of our military members. Given that my daughter and son-in-law both serve in the US Army, things that affect our military are always on my radar. It is one of the reasons I subscribe to “Stars and Stripes”. You could say I have a vested interest, . . .
Visit "The Bible Inspectors"
Tyler Owen is the driving force behind The Bible Inspectors, a website that encourages people to examine fact claims in the Bible from a variety of viewpoints. This month he has added a podcast to his offerings on the website, and has asked me to be a co-host. This is an exciting opportunity and I appreciate Tyler’s . . .
"We believe in the inherent worth and dignity of every person."
This was a message I presented at the Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship at Burlington, IA almost five years ago. I believe the core of the message remains applicable today as we negotiate our way through what at times can seem a very hostile public square.
Most of us who have been part of . . .
The other day at our UU Fellowship our Sunday program focused on the #MeToo movement, a recent movement addressing the very old evil of sexual assault and harassment that has victimized women and men for years. Our video was of a presentation on PBS in which women who have been catalysts in the movement discussed what they hoped would happen . . .
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