Tag Archives: Forgiveness

Racism: the unwinnable argument

The other day I reconnected with my brother, Jordan. His wedding was coming up, and I missed that I hadn’t seen him in awhile. Adding him on Facebook however, I soon found race related posts surfacing. I groaned because I … Continue reading

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Forgiveness Means I’m not out to Hurt You, but . . . not that I’m not Going to Hurt You

Lately, I’ve been noticing a lot of people talk about someone deserving some bad consequence. Whether it’s, “I’m leaving him!” or “That guy needs to find the end of a short rope.” And I’m not excluding myself. I derive satisfaction from … Continue reading

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When God is Sad

Yom Kippur is a troublesome holy day. Coming out of a non-denominational Christian upbringing, I think I know why. Even for those who have been lead to embrace the Hebraic true-identity of Christianity, and perhaps especially for us, we have … Continue reading

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