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A few weeks ago, I had the great privilege of sitting down (virtually, as we are still in the midst of a global pandemic) with a dear friend to record an episode for her podcast. Natalie Copeland runs the podcast Cosmologies, about the intersections of science, spirit, and the human condition. I first met NatalieContinue reading “Queer Easter and the Age of Pisces”
The researcher Brené Brown makes a distinction between feelings of guilt and shame. Guilt focuses on one’s actions — “I did a bad thing.” Shame translates those actions into self-identity — “I am bad.” Brown tells the story of her daughter, Ellen, as a kindergartener. One day at school, Ellen was playing with glitter, sendingContinue reading “Beyond Shame: Resurrection and Restorative Justice”
When I was a teenager, it was popular for Christians to put a fish symbol on their cars as a marker of their faith. Sometimes, the fish contained the Greek word ΙΧΘΥΣ (“fish,” also an acrostic for “Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior”). In response, someone created a similar car magnet showing a fish withContinue reading “Science and Religion”
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