The Weight of Holy Saturday

Today is Holy Saturday. On this day there is great silence, great stillness. On this day – we tread water   This, to me, is one of the most important moments in the Holy Week. The Bible tells us nothing about disciples between the cross and resurrection. We do know they didn’t anticipate the resurrection, … Continue reading

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Racism, Reverse-Racism, and the Subtlety of Suburbia

Last week I asked friends, family, and my community about their perspective on racism. I never could have imagined how fascinating their responses would be. These are some of them: Martin.Zimmerman.Survey (click the link to view the pdf)   “The more fractured we are, the greater we become spectacles to the world. The more we … Continue reading


  I feel a bit like a political refugee.   Perhaps it would be more accurate to say that I feel a bit like a legislative vagrant in a post-religious-right America, roving the dimly lit streets without a real home to lay my head. Most times it’s difficult to ignore the notion that under it … Continue reading


Remember the good old days when you could eat a sleeve of Oreos or twelve chicken sandwiches and were simply called an unruly slob without the fear of being labeled a zealot, bigot, or extremist? This one may get me into a bit of trouble. I must first admit that I am (like many of … Continue reading

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