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The Accidental Theologian

A month ago, I was commissioned by the Journal of InterReligious Dialogue (JIRD) to write a response to one of their new articles on possible strategies for productive dialogue with the global Muslim community. Not being a religious scholar, I’m … Continue reading

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Labels Are (Bird) Crap

As mentioned yesterday, I’m in the midst of a gap between temp projects, which means I have a bit more time to focus on writing. While I’m still not the kind of writer that wakes up at 5am and writes … Continue reading

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The Revolving Door of Dialogue

As promised in my last post, I’ve written up some more formal reflections on my experience this past week at the State of Formation executive committee conference in a new post titled, “Out-In-Etc: Being (Not Going) Back).” The contrast of … Continue reading

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Words, Processing

A quote that sums up my e-silence of late, from one of the most horribly awesome movies of all time, Troll 2 (which is neither a sequel to Troll, nor does it even have trolls in it): “We need time … Continue reading

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State of Formation: #2

My second piece for the interfaith megablog, State of Formation, is now live, and is titled, “Drinking the Dregs: Tepid Thoughts on Indecision.” This piece was sort of a tough one to write for me. Recently, I’ve been stuck in … Continue reading

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Preview: State of Formation

As mentioned a bit ago, I’ve had the honor of being named a contributing scholar for an exciting new interfaith dialogue (diablogue?) venture called State of Formation. The beta preview version is now live, and already stoked with a handful … Continue reading

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