Archive for June, 2010

“Nature is the new poor.”

Friday, June 18th, 2010

That’s a provocative observation from theologian Sallie McFague. I stumbled on it while preparing for last night’s forum sponsored by 1Sky and Repower America about Christianity and the care of Creation. Below, as my next post, I’ve pasted the text of my presentation. As always, I look forward to your responses! _____________ Christians aren’t so […]

One more thing

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

There’s another key element to both my recent post on marriage, and my recent post on homosexuality, that I haven’t raised in the blog yet–I think. (I have been known to repeat myself, particularly when I’m fretting or impassioned about something, as I am about the way in which we speak about homosexuality in the […]

Married, with children

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Clearly I have been AWOL and MIA in terms of my blog, and I apologize! But that is because not only am I “with children,” but I am now also “married,” as of May 21. Wedding preparation on the heels of the OMG open house, and then moving belongings, and having a “familymoon” with the […]