Thinking about this some more, the real common ground turns out not so much to be agreement as listening, and respectful dialogue. We don’t hash out solutions via rhetorical ascendency so much as through compromise and mutual understanding.
the moment we allow anything – opinion, politics, religion, social issues – to become more important to us than relationships (the very thing we were created for, and which Christ gave everything to heal!), then we are in trouble – serious trouble…
If you missed it yesterday, please check out our 2015 Christmas Newsletter. The post is worth the read, and includes some great pictures. This morning, unfortunately, I’m sick. So I’ll just post this photograph from last night’s WFPC choir party,… Read More ›
Someone is crossing the line of separation between state and religion, and it’s not Chick-Fil-A. or many years, the mainstay of my public writing was “Opinion.” My weekly “Op-Ed” column for the Tampa Tribune ran in several local editions and… Read More ›