Women, the Death Penalty, and Jesus

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Only 15 women have been executed in the U.S. since the reinstatement of the death penalty in 1976. For two death penalty cases involving women to make the news in the same week is unprecedented – but it’s happening. One is Jodi Arias, convicted of killing her ex-boyfriend in 2008, whose sentencing trial is this [Read More...]

Is Theology a Technology?

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This post finds its origins in a tweet: “Theology is a technology.” – @IdeasDoneDaily /// Chewing on that. #newmediaproject #chsocm — David L Hansen (@rev_david) February 23, 2015 After a bit of reflection, I had a response: @expatminister @rev_david @IdeasDoneDaily Yeah, I’m going to go ahead and say that theology is NOT a technology. #newmediaproject [Read More...]

I Might Be The World’s Worst Evangelist

The other day I’m  cruising down the highway  listening to the “Frozen” soundtrack (don’t judge, just let it go) when I run over something hard and metallic, which, of course, blew out one of my front tires. This was not the first time this has happened since moving to Oklahoma, so my level of frustration [Read More...]