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Election 2016: Regarding the Normalization of Trump

Regarding the Normalization of Trump Many on the Left, including myself, believe Trump and the GOP agenda will be a disaster for most people. As Trump and the GOP advance their agenda a common refrain uttered in response by those on the … Continue reading

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Bill Nye, Ken Ham, and How We Can Debate Better

Originally posted on Jin Roh Writes:
For anyone who has been sleeping under a rock, Ken Ham and Bill Nye the Science gathered for what could be a rehash of popular stereo-types.  About a year ago, I wrote a piece…

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Philip Seymour Hoffman, Addiction and Mental Health

Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead of an apparent drug overdose last Sunday. After having been clean for many years, Hoffman relapsed in 2012 and entered residential rehab in June of 2013. Despite this effort his struggles with addiction continued … Continue reading

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Alone But Not Alone and The Christian Imagination of History

Recently the indie Christian film Alone But Not Alone made some waves when it was nominated for an Oscar for best song, a number sung by Joni Eareckson Tada. This was controversial because it was such an obscure film that … Continue reading

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PDF: Everyone Calls Themselves an Ally…

Originally posted on Warrior Publications:
Everyone Calls Themselves An Ally, Until It’s Time To Do Some Real Ally Shit.  A new zine from Ancestral Pride, based in Nuu-chah-nulth territory on the west coast of Vancouver Island. To download the PDF…

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The moral responsibility of Settlers: What kind of society do we want to live in?

Photo: Ossie Michelin  Earlier today a large force of heavily armed RCMP officers descended on an anti-fracking blockade organized by members of the Elsipogtog Nation in New Brunswick, Canada. The blockade has been in place to protest shale gas exploration and … Continue reading

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Cloud Atlas and the most Fundamental Tension in Human History

Every great story has to have a source of tension.  Without tension, a “story” is nothing more than the description of scenery. Recently I watched and thoroughly enjoyed Clout Atlas.  The reason I fell in love with this movie is … Continue reading

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