Thank Heaven we live in a Christian Nation! An idyllic country founded on God's Own Laws, where we revere Jesus and all his teachings, hold to the sanctity of life and blessedness of humankind, especially Americans, above all others. We were founded in freedom and truth, on Biblical principles, with liberty and justice for all. … Continue reading Oh, Thank Heaven (Some Christian Nation pt. 1)
Bought the fall style watch issue of People magazine a few days ago, and read it. (Yes, I can build a campfire from scratch, and yes, I also like to know what the fall nailpolish trends are. Sue me.) Was happily reading along (ooh, cap toe shoes! ew, neon!), and then came to the "Play … Continue reading Plus! Perfect New Jeans!
The priest at the church where I became an Episcopalian lo these many years ago had a favorite saying that has always stuck with me- "The role of the Church is two-fold: to comfort the afflicted, and afflict the comfortable". I'm sure she got it from somewhere else; it has the ring of one of … Continue reading Afflicting the Comfortable
So there's been a lot in the news lately about the "War on Women"- if you're not aware of what I'm talking about, read this, this, this, or this. Or just google the phrase. It's everywhere, and yet not everywhere enough. But here's the thing that is really getting under my skin- in all of … Continue reading War on Women