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Injustice for All: Reflections on American Culture and Feelings of Injustice

Many Americans complained about injustice this weekend. Some felt swells of anger due to the NCAA College Football Playoff committee’s selection of playoff teams on Sunday.  Ohio State, Florida State, Alabama, and Oregon are in.  TCU and Baylor, co-champions of the … Continue reading

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How Temar Boggs May Help Us To Reconstruct The Conversation About Race

Admission: I am a privileged white male, who grew up as the son of a lawyer, and who currently lives in one of the wealthiest counties in tax-friendly, conservative Texas.  I have freely worn a hoodie and walked around on … Continue reading

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In Which I Get All Pastoral Concerning The Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman Tragedy

I’m going to providentialize here a bit.  I may even get a bit preachy.  But I sense that The Enemy wants to keep Americans, especially American Christians, divided on the issues of race, injustice, and fairness, which would effectively distract … Continue reading

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