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extravagant grace and unimaginable possibilities

I subscribe to several daily devotions. I find them inspirational. They often set the tone of my day. I especially like the Cathedral of Hope’s daily devotion. The Cathedral of Hope is a largely LGBT UCC congregation of 4,000 members in Dallas. Their devotions come from a variety of pastors on their staff. They are not generally LGBT focused, but at times do speak to…

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prop 8 stands but times are a changing

It is a curious oddity that perhaps the most progressive state in the USA does not support marriage equality for same sex couples. I adamantly hold to the premise that civil rights should not be subject to popular vote. To allow any majority to impose their will on any minority group’s civil rights is just not right. That is the fallacy of prop 8. Looking…

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miss california’s boob-boo

I refrain from posts on the National Organization for Marriage (NOM). They hunger for a mention in any blog. This right wing hate-mongering group is attempting to position itself as the protectors of traditional marriage. Their take on recognizing same sex marriage is that it comes at a cost of victimizing those who are of different opinions on the matter. They see same sex marriage…

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gathering storm or just a weakening cold front

I guess since I blog here quite often about same sex marriage I should give my take on the Gathering Storm ad campaign for the National Organization for Marriage. It is an interesting take on this issue. The focus of the campaign is that religious liberties will be taken way if marriage equality becomes the standard in the USA. If you have read me before,…

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