At the Intersection: I will not be sad to see you go, 2016, though I think I’ll be processing you for a long time.
At the Intersection
At the Intersection: God is in control. It's a sentiment I saw Christians of various denominations express on social media Tuesday night, but it gives me no comfort.
At the Intersection: Our country is united in one way, fear. We are all afraid of different things, and our democratically elected government is unable to rank our fears.
At the Intersection: I fear that most of the men support Donald Trump want to return to a previous time of unchecked power.
At the Intersection: As we edge closer to election day, I see more people purging their friends list over differing political views -- and religious ones.
At the Intersection: I think now that both prisons and churches (systems, not particular buildings) should call people to recognize their wrongs and turn from them.
At the Intersection: I went to a neighborhood church and was reminded why I had stopped attending church with any regularity: I don't feel empowered by the message.
At the Intersection: A recent op-ed by a rabbi named Mark Sameth argued that the Hebrew Bible, "when read in its original language, offers a highly elastic view of gender."
At the Intersection: As they worshiped in Lisbon's Se Cathedral, what was going through parishioners', priests' and bishops' minds, knowing what was going on across the street?
At the Intersection: As we move on after yet another mass shooting, I wonder how often we forget that families are grieving.