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Daily Archives: March 6, 2011
A Reluctant Struggler in Church
At the Presbyterian church this morning, I learned about St. David, a sixth century bishop who came to be regarded as the patron saint of Wales, which is in Great Britain. He had a strenuous monastic order, which upheld a … Continue reading
Swidler’s Androgynous Jesus
In White Women’s Christ and Black Women’s Jesus, Jacquelyn Grant refers to the view of Leonard Swidler that Jesus had male and female personality traits. Here is how Swidler characterizes Jesus according to gender characteristics, and it appears on page … Continue reading
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