I guess it could have been a dream

Kentucky

Some late-night links (depending where you are), including: Gay weddings at the Creation Museum; latest Florida recount not yet halted by Supreme Court; it’s getting crowded out here; “jaywalking” while black; and a not-so-crazy conspiracy-theory technique. [Read more...]

I try to describe it, can never succeed

Evidence

Some Friday night links, including: chemtrails over Arizona, a political candidate’s joyriding, the Nicholas brothers, hide and seek, the anti-homosexual lifestyle, and more on why N.T. Wright is wrong about marriage equality. [Read more...]

Heterosexual marriage still unthreatened in all 50 states

MarriageMap22

No-fault divorce laws did not mandate that Catholic priests had to start sanctifying remarriages. The repeal of Prohibition did not mean that Southern Baptists had to start drinking. Marriage equality does not ask or require anything of Catholics and Southern Baptists either. Their insistence on pretending that somehow it does is, at a very basic level, just weird. [Read more...]

Don’t even speak of the beat menace

Baal

Some links to help you withstand the devious plans of the beat menace, including: Mormon excommunication, Asherah poles for traditional marriage, plundering the Egyptians, labor priests, Game of Thrones and John Piper’s littlefinger. [Read more...]

Smart people saying smart things (6.20)

Dupont2

Flannery O’Connor assesses Ayn Rand. Christian Piatt and Carolyn Dupont on churches grappling with equality. Jim Wright asks what it was all for. Claire Gordon interviews the victims revictimized by Bob Jones University. [Read more...]

My interview with N.T. Wright on marriage equality

"Did this clown just invoke the NAZIS in his argument against civil rights for gays? WTF?"

Well, that was … disappointing. I apologize for presuming that Wright was going to have something thoughtful to say on this subject. If N.T. Wright ever does articulate a meaningful argument against same-sex marriage — one that doesn’t contradict the vast body of his impressive published theology — I will be sure to let you know here. [Read more...]

Smart people saying smart things (6.17)

Louisville

Dr. Jen Gunter responds to the odious George Will; Marika Rose on women in systematic theology; Richard Burridge on those evil, unbiblical abolitionists; Danny Cortez won’t lead a church that won’t accept his son; and more from Joyce Arthur. [Read more...]

Smart people saying smart things (5.30)

Julian

Julian of Norwich says, “so verily God is our Mother.” Vixen Strangely on “Men Who Hate Women.” Plus the Episcopal bishops of Michigan, Ed Kilgore on religious liberty, and more from Joyce Arthur. [Read more...]


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