In this post, I am going to about-face and argue that the story of Esther also reveals the solution to defeating racism. We must treat each other as individual persons, not as representatives of our group. … Read More Lessons on Racism in Esther
I am afraid of getting something wrong. I’ve gotten used to listening, so now I’m wondering if I have something to say? There is a lure to stay in research mode because it is hard to think.… Read More Seminary: The unexpected struggle.
To disagree without being disagreeable is a useful skill. … Read More How to Usefully Disagree – 2 Timothy 2:19-26
Is it okay to apologize for something I have not done personally, but has been done by the members of my group, or race, or religion, or family? … Read More We have sinned.
I make goals because I enjoy looking back and feeling a sense of accomplishment. I feel like my life is speeding by, and I want to be proud of the person I have become at the end. Yearly goal-setting also helps me to fight the ever-present urge to simply entertain myself. When I detail goals, I find I use my time more productively. … Read More 2019 Goals