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Miriam Cursed for Being Racist (Numbers 12): On Racism, Prejudice, and Other Things that make you Uncomfortable at Church

Miriam Cursed for Being Racist (Numbers 12):   On Racism, Prejudice, and Other Things that make you Uncomfortable at Church

Because sometimes those annoying, social justice warrior, millennial snowflakes are absolutely correct when they see the injustice of racism in a biblical narrative. Just like they see it in the world. 

How to Read a Bible References OR “Who the #@#$ is 'John' and is his watch stuck at 3:16 or something?”

How to Read a Bible References OR “Who the #@#$ is 'John' and is his watch stuck at 3:16 or something?”

Learning to read Bible references is like learning to walk, talk, or wipe one’s own arse: you cognitively understand that someone helped you acquire proficiency at these skills, but often have no memory of the event.

Trampling the Heads of the Poor into the Dust & Denying Justice to the Oppressed (Amos 2:7a) [A Card Talk on the Book of Amos]

Trampling the Heads of the Poor into the Dust & Denying Justice to the Oppressed (Amos 2:7a)  [A Card Talk on the Book of Amos]

Here we present some historical and textual context to from the book of Amos, and see it's message of social justice still (sadly) applies in the present.  We ask what fire will fall in our lives if the acts of inhumanity to man continue to be perpetrated not just out there, but in here, within the community, within the household of faith?