Climate Change: Our tremendous opportunity

  This is a post previously published on my other blog in October 2018. Permaculture and theology are intertwined for me and creating community is a theological concern hence my re-posting it here.   The mainstream media is finally getting the message on global climate change as the latest report from the UN Intergovernmental Panel …

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“I’m still here.” – A veteran’s story.

This morning I had therapy at the local V.A. clinic. When I went in to my appointment I had thought that this would be a fairly routine session. My plan was to ask my therapist some questions related to the book I am currently working on, which is entitled Traumatic Episodes: Finding grace in a life …

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Veteran’s Day: A theological view

In my book Go Golden, I write about war and peace, because warfare is the polar opposite of enacting the golden rule. Yet, here in the U.S. (and in other powerful nations) the military is constantly front and center in society.  One way in which militarism is perpetuated is the near deification of the military …

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Oppression in Jesus’ name

One of the things that gets me riled up is the conflation of things done in the name of a religion by fundamentalists with the actual teachings of said religion. Case in point, America in 2018 is being enthralled, in the most negative sense of that word, by fundamentalist "Christians" who are gleefully celebrating every …

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