Category Archives: religion

Gender Identity and the Church

On June 10, 2014 at their annual meeting, Southern Baptist Convention members approved resolution #9, On Transgender Identity,¬†written by Denny Burk. After reading the resolution, I am saddened at the apparent lack of understanding by Mr. Burk and the SBC … Continue reading

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Holy Acronym

Religion. What does that word mean to you? Does it provide a sense of comfort, security and community? Or, does it bring a sense of guilt, resentment and hurt? Maybe it’s a mixed bag. No matter which response resonates with … Continue reading

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