Tag Archives: Culture

  1. Politics Trumps Faith: Votes Driven by Fear and the Gospel of Winning

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    January 30, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

    I had already written the first two paragraphs of this post when I saw the Christianity Today article, Why Donald Trump …
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  2. Thick Skin & Gracious Hearts: Parenting in an Age of Conflict

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    January 7, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

    Dear First World, media consuming parents, 2015 was a year that made many of us even more pessimistic about what …
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  3. Birthdays, Martyrs, and Hardened Hearts

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    December 26, 2015 by J. Truett Glen

    Today is St. Stephen’s Day, and my birthday. Throughout the years of my life I have been keenly aware at …
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  4. Let the Dead Men Speak: An Admonition for MLK Day

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    January 19, 2015 by J. Truett Glen

    I have a lot of friends that speak of culture wars and justice. It’s a language developed to answer a …
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  5. Merritt, Powers, and Baking Cakes for the KKK

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    February 23, 2014 by J. Truett Glen

    Should black Christians who own bakeshops be forced to bake cakes for KKK rallies, because to not do so would …
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  6. Apologizing for the Sun, While Sitting in the Shadows

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    December 27, 2013 by J. Truett Glen

        What’s in an apology? An apology, by definition, is saying that you are sorry that you did or …
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  7. Showers of Blessing: The Shower Stall as Sacred Space

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    February 27, 2013 by J. Truett Glen

    I appreciated showers in high school. I would come home after a hard football practice and just park my body …
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