In the wake of the recent shooting in Newtown, the Westboro Baptist Church, perennial anti-gay provocateurs, reached a new low. The group announced th...
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Not only did the camps allow attendees to feel safe being themselves, I found the environment to be a reaffirming sanctuary.
When she finally passed away, I spent a day walking the street telling her neighbors what had happened and saying good bye to old friends. When I came to the home of the two men across from her, no one was there and the insides looked empty.
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Churches, synagogues, mosques and temples are places where people with disabilities might not expect to feel excluded, isolated or patronized, but tha...
Jesus loved to compare the kingdom of God to a dinner party, and everyone was invited; a scandalously open invitation. Jesus shares a story to illustrate the inclusive nature of his kingdom.
Before the New York City riots at Stonewall Inn launched the gay civil rights movement, there was Dr. Frank Kameny.
America's values are clear. Why then does the religious right continue to dominate the national conversation? It is time for us to put this nonsense to rest.
There are certain churches that say they have become inclusive to LGBT christians, but at the same time the refuse protect them or exclude those who oppose the inclusivity or even attack them.
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