Monthly Archives: February 2010

Queering Lent

Oh, the questions … from “what does it mean to queer something?” to “What is Lent about, really?” to “Isn’t that about giving up something? Why should queer people have to give up something for Lent when we are already … Continue reading

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Jesus … mother hen?

Words are like rubber bands; they can get old and worn out and lose their “snap,” especially when used over and over again. Sallie McFague makes this point in her book Models of God, that our metaphors for God can … Continue reading

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The practiced life

Bode Miller, hot dog downhill skier known for epic fails as much as epic wins, may not spring to mind as Sage of the Day. But something he said in a recent interview caught my ear. Tom Brokaw asked him … Continue reading

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