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“Separation” in the age of Bannon

I haven’t thought about “separation” much since leaving Fundy-land, a less-than-magical place where every decision I made as a Christian had to be run through a sieve of questions to be sure I wasn’t running afoul of the Doctrine of Separation. Separation from sin is what defines Fundamentalism from Evangelicalism […]

The myth of conscience voting

To what extent should we prioritize our individual discomfort, our “duty” to follow our own moral code, above concern for the consequences that our choices may have on others? Many, both religious and those whoa re simply passionate about their political views, have argued in conversations about the 2016 election […]