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Blog Sep, 26, 2011
Unpacking The Sojourners Snafu

After the book God's Politics became a best-seller in 2004, the accompanying website launched two years later became the "go to" place for conversations that tried to broaden the definition of what it meant to be a follower of Christ.

Blog Sep, 21, 2011
Mainstream Christians Must Stand Up To The Religious Right

In August, fundamentalist preacher Dr. Michael Brown organized a regimen of red shirted Bible-thumpers to infiltrate Charlotte’s gay pride event.

Blog Sep, 21, 2011
People Of Faith Mobilize To Defeat NC Anti-LGBT Amendment

Here we go again.

Last week, the North Carolina state legislature passed a proposed anti-LGBT constitutional amendment that would ban any legal relationship recognition for same-sex couples. The amendment now proceeds to the ballot for a statewide vote during the May 2012 primary.

This time, we’re ready.

Blog Sep, 20, 2011
The Inevitable Rise Of Progressive Christianity

It is inevitable that Christians who would now be described as “liberal” will be the overwhelming majority of Christians in America. That sea change, the waters of which we already feel swelling everywhere around us, can no sooner be stopped than can the moon passing across the night sky.

Blog Sep, 08, 2011
Silent Supporter? It's Time To Come Out Of The Closet

The religious right is out of the closet. No, not THAT closet (although I’m sure that door could swing open and reveal some hidden friends).

Blog Sep, 07, 2011
Secretly Gay-Affirming Pastors: You Are Not Alone

Yesterday I received this email (which I use here by permission):

Blog Aug, 24, 2011
Gays Are Us Part II: Refuting The Arguments That Label LGBT Equality A "White" Issue

As the nation prepares to celebrate the dedication of the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C., this weekend, I am reminded that while much has changed since the March on Washington 48 years ago, much remains the same.

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