Hi Roy. It’s me. You don’t know me from one of the malls or high school football stadiums you frequent. You’ve never heard of me actually. I’m one of those girls who grew up. You actually know a lot of …

Poor Poor Old Roy Moore Read more »

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Shame is one of the worst emotions we can teach our children to feel. It’s difficult to wade through spirituality without finding shame, though. We see the hint of it, the strong suggestion of it, throughout Christian schooling as well …

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I read a blog last night that discussed a theory that some Christians have. It runs like this: Jesus is the way, the light, and the truth, and through him is the only way one can approach God. Jesus also …

Is Jesus the Only Way Home? Is it False to Teach Otherwise? Read more »

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I read a passage in Paul’s 1 Corinthians 11:5-6 the other day that got me scratching my head. In it, Paul argues that in an orderly church, a woman who prophesies must have her head covered, or else get her …

Paul is No Friend of Women: Head Coverings Read more »

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Yesterday I wrote about division. I wrote about the Blue Lives and Black Lives, and how both must matter. Both should be loved and supported, in prayer and in action. I favor unity in all cases. I don’t think a …

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I am an interfaith minister who preaches a doctrine of love, tolerance and peace, and usually my route is an easy one. I believe that all altars, followed in good faith, lead souls Home. I embrace the teachings of the …

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If you’re a Christian or a follower of Jesus, you shouldn’t vote for Donald Trump. I realize these are fighting words. I get that I’m speaking out on matters of the world political . . . and I get that …

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I posited in the last blog post that Mary Magdalene was the wife of Jesus, and set forth scriptural authority for such a theory. And I also stated that Mark was connected to Mary. But how does Mary and thus …

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A significant piece of the lost gospels series I’m working is controversial. I argue in favor of  the theory that Mary Magdalene was married to Jesus. In addition, I posit that Mark, the writer of the earliest gospel that appears …

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Some may think I’m somehow radical because I embrace all faiths but in truth I embrace my Savior and follow his teachings in my own practice. In other words, as this poster from Zion House of Prayer states: What does …

Called to be Like Christ, not like Christians Read more »

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