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The Meaning of Acceptance

If you ask a minority, “What does acceptance mean to you?”, you might get a few varying responses. To a religious minority, say, a Wiccan in a predominantly Christian culture, acceptance might mean no proselytizing, as her family and friends … Continue reading

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What Does the Devil Mean to You?

I get asked, on occasion, usually by well-meaning Christian friends, what my views on the Devil are. This is usually asked as a prelude to the “Have you asked Jesus for forgiveness” spiel. When this happens, I smile and patiently … Continue reading

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GOP Candidate Slams Religious Tolerance

What’s the deal with the GOP? Seriously? Here we are on the cusp of the second decade of the 21st Century and these people are acting like it’s the 18th. Look, I realize they are conservative, but, come on. Be … Continue reading

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