Nagmeh Abedini

August 19, 2014 by   | Category: Featured, Uncategorized

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Emerging Universalism Part 2: Ecumenical Reconciliation

June 27, 2014 by   | Category: Blog, Middle Blog, Uncategorized

Emerging Universalism Part 2: Ecumenical Reconciliation Debra Rae In cadence with the likes of Dorothy, the Cowardly Lion, Scarecrow, and Tin Man, scores of unwitting folks skip merrily down the yellow brick road in pursuit of “the rainbow over the stream and the fellow who follows a dream.” Popularized in the late 18th century, and all the rage today, the dream of Universalism requires no redemption from sin, or atonement for it. Hell and damnation are unthinkable. How could a loving god possibly... 

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Emerging Universalism Part 1

June 10, 2014 by   | Category: Blog, Middle Blog, Uncategorized
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Possible Priestly Mansion Found

October 20, 2013 by   | Category: Culture Watch, Uncategorized

SEPTEMBER 2013—In excavating sites in a long-inhabited urban area like Jerusalem, archaeologists are accus-tomed to noting complexity in their finds—how various oc-cupying civilizations layer over one another during the site’s continuous use over millennia. But when an area has also been abandoned for intermittent periods, paradoxically there may be even richer finds uncovered, as some layers have been buried and remain undisturbed by development. Such appears to be the case at an archaeological... 

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May 17, 2011 by   | Category: Uncategorized
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Regulate the Baby-lovers

April 22, 2011 by   | Category: Uncategorized

A new law has been proposed that creates significant liability for faith-based pregnancy centers that receive no tax dollars while providing at least $16 million in free services to communities in Washington simply because they do not offer abortion services.  Read More →

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Mobocracy and America

April 22, 2011 by   | Category: Featured, Uncategorized

“I demand, I want.” 2011, America’s year of mobocracy. America, where government employees’ unions, particularly the public teacher’s union, march in mass on state capitols threatening and howling with rage. Their mantra, “I demand, I want.”  Read More →

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Remember the Alamo

April 22, 2011 by   | Category: Uncategorized

Perhaps the most notorious failure of a well-known fort, the Alamo had no chance of prevailing. Indeed, Santa Anna described her as an “irregular fortification hardly worthy of the name.”  Read More →

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LENT 2011, Day 30

April 22, 2011 by   | Category: Uncategorized

This chapter begins with the story of Jesus’ rejection in Nazareth.  He has adopted Capernaum as his home base – but our story today has him back at his ‘home’ in Nazareth for a visit.  Read More →

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