Monthly Archives: January 2016

Preaching in the Context of Diversity

Next Tuesday, as a part of a conference at the Iliff School of Theology, I will sit on a panel about Preaching in the Context of Diversity.  We’re covering the topic in three ways: rhetorically, liturgically, and biblically.  I’m responsible for the … Continue reading

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The Clock of the World (theology of social witness post 1)

For the next few months, I will be participating in a small group of UU ministers across the country who will be reflecting on the theological grounding of our work for social change and our ministry of social witness.  The … Continue reading

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Top 10 “TV” of 2015 (What I am Doing on Staycation)

I’m in the middle of an 11 day staycation.  I have barely anything planned – just lots of open time to follow whatever whim I might have on a given day (before the kiddos are done with school and the more usual routine … Continue reading

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Beloved Community of Resistance

Sermon for Worship Service, Sunday January 3, 2016 Reading – “My Life as a Protest,” by Thomas Merton “It is my intention to make my entire life a rejection of, a protest against the crimes and injustices of war and … Continue reading

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