Monthly Archives: August 2012

Am I Still An Evangelical?

    I am a granddad, an unaffiliated voter, a half-Swede, half-Alabama hillbilly, and a scooter rider. My spiritual/religious identity used to be just as clear. I began my spiritual life as a fully committed fundamentalist. I proudly belonged to … Continue reading

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Known By Our Fruit?

Known By Our Fruit? I am from Alabama. Therefore, I am a tomato aficionado. I do not mean to sound stuck up, but if you have never picked a fat Alabama tomato in midsummer, sliced it thick and put it … Continue reading

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A Theology of Kindness

A Theology of Kindness Being right has never once resulted in a romantic encounter. April has not yet been so impressed with my reciting of the truth that a spark of passion was lit. Being right does not increase the … Continue reading

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