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Reflections on the Election by a Progressive Christian Minister

I’ve just returned from Oberlin College outside of Cleveland, Ohio. It was there I watched election night coverage which left me nothing less than stunned. Oberlin College: a place that served as a way-station along the Underground Railroad helping to … Continue reading

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Keeping Christ in Christmas, part 1: Hearing Voices

Advent: a time of anticipation, preparation, and expectation for something yet to come. In the weeks before Christmas, Christians mark the time of Advent. The four Sundays before Christmas Day are meant to draw Christians to look for what is … Continue reading

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The Accusation

It happened so quickly that it caught me off guard. A student in class stopped me in the middle of what I was saying. In a loud voice, she claimed that certain words came out of my mouth implying something … Continue reading

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