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Entries by Kent Hayden, M.Div. from 08/2010

Food and Faith: Agriculture as a Theological Act

| Posted 08.02.2010 | Religion

I always imagined there was a link between faith and a milker's grip. But for the first 25 years of my life, these loosely held notions remained in the background of my thinking and living.

The Case for Christian Agnosticism

| Posted 08.12.2010 | Religion

To change one's thinking is to admit one's ignorance. But at some point along the way to modern theology, we bought into the idea that ignorance is a sign of weakness. Agnosticism became conflated with indifference, or worse.

Connecting with the Sacred Through Fasting: Could It Solve the U.S. Food Crisis?

| Posted 08.31.2010 | Religion

Fasting is a non-rational abstinence. It is not the abstinence of the lactose intolerant, who forgoes milk because it will make her ill; it is the abstinence of the Hindu, who forgoes milk because it will damage his soul.