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Love Wins: The Reluctant Prophet in Us All (sermon)

Reading You might remember that in January, I quoted Nelba Marquez-Greene, the mother of Ana Grace Marquez-Greene, killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in the tragedy of the Newtown massacre.  A month after her daughter was murdered, she wrote Many … Continue reading

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Repentance and (no) Reluctance: A Confession for America

This semester at Hartford Seminary, I am taking a course entitled, “Suffering, Theodicy, and Repentance: Interreligious Readings of Job and Jonah,” taught by Yehezkel Landau.  Interreligious, in this case, means that we are looking at these two characters in scripture … Continue reading

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A Week of Firsts

This week has been a week of religious firsts in my family. Last night I attended my first Maundy Thursday service.  Before this year, I had never heard of Maundy Thursday so if you don’t know what it is, I … Continue reading

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