Monthly Archives: December 2014

Extensive, Uncompromising Grace, and Moral Politics

Extensive, Uncompromising Grace, and Moral Politics.

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“You Can Have My Room” – A Christmas Eve Reflection

Dedicated to the movement.  #blacklivesmatter This message was delivered to Emerson Unitarian Universalist Chapel on Christmas Eve 2014. Scripture Reading: Luke 1:26-33. Scripture Reading: Luke 1: 39-42, 46-55. Scripture Reading: Luke 2: 1-7. Homily There is a story that is … Continue reading

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Clergy and Cops – Reflections on Power and Identity

I can’t imagine how hard it must be right now to be a police officer.  I really can’t.  Even though I know police officers, have worked with police officers, and have needed police officers, I can’t imagine what it must … Continue reading

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