Monthly Archives: October 2012

Tearing up the Letter: What could you ever trade your soul for? Jesus by Bruce Crawford

One of my favorite Native American authors is Robert Francis. I had the opportunity to meet Robert when he spoke at the Theology Of The Land conference at George Fox Seminary a few years back. His writings have a way … Continue reading

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Knight Christoph, The Beast, and the Grey-Eyed Child: A Parable of Good, Evil, and Evil-Good by Daniel Fan

He paid not a hint of care to the foreign lands to his right or left, minding only the path which lay ahead and the familiar, steady hoof beats of the white steed beneath him. She looked up from the … Continue reading

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I’m Thinking About Voting for the First Time

I read Martin Luther Kings “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” and realized that I was one of those white ministers he was talking about being disappointed in and let down by. Continue reading

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Heal Me: Why Tommy and the White Western Colonial Church? By Randy Woodley

I began this conversation I called, See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me, Heal Me as a challenge to the colonial Western Church to be more inclusive of ethnic minorities at all levels. Here are titles of the prior post: Intro … Continue reading

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