I was asked to contribute to a public square discussion on faith and politics over at Patheos’ Public Square. It is now up. [Read more…]
Last week I gave a keynote talk at the Conference of Current Pagan Studies on viewing social justice from a Pagan perspective. It went well and while the paper it was based on is much too long for a normal blog post, I have made it available. After a discussion of social justice at a [Read More…]
The Maine coast and its adjacent islands result from the spectacular meeting of ancient granite, Pleistocene ice, and the wild waters of the North Atlantic. When the glaciers departed they left behind the most complex meeting of land, ocean, and sky in the US. Much of that glacier polished rock is now covered with [Read More…]
Languages are alive, their words and meanings existing in a kind of linguistic ecosystem, but are we over-valuing words that disconnect us from the natural world?
nviting relationships were replaced by words closed to them [Read more…]
A pro-choice position is compatible with honoring life as sacred. Treating other beings with respect is not the same as treating them as moral equals. It is wrong to treat a fetus as if it had full human moral standing, especially when doing so objectifies a woman as less than human: a mere container and a means to an end. [Read more…]