A Grown-Up Conversation on Guns

In the weeks following the Newtown shootings, there were calls for a "conversation" about guns.  I always find it funny when folks talk about having a conversation, because it never means what I think it should mean.  I'm envisioning something like one of those old PBS shows from the 70s where men in serious suits... Continue Reading →

How A Progressive Christian Pastor Made His Peace With Guns (Kinda Sorta.)

Growing up,  I was taught by my mother that guns were not good things.  Having come of age in Flint. Michigan that started to see a rise in violent crime in the 1980s, that message was only drilled into me further.  The urban environment that I come from taught me one thing: guns were bad,... Continue Reading →

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