Glenn W. Harrell In the book Gaily The Troubadour, published in 1936, Arthur Guiterman wrote the following poem. “First dentistry was painless; then bicycles were chainless and carriages
When IDENTIFYING Steals Our Identity
What thing is more powerful for each of us personally than our identity? The fear of being “Insignificant” is so powerful in humanity that we
Shocking: Christian Men Prefer the Burqa Over Skin Tight Leggings (no Matter What The Women Want To Wear)
Recently, a concerned Catholic mom wrote a letter to the editor of THE OBSERVER. The Observer is a student-run, daily print and online newspaper of
Transgender Methodist Pastor wins the coveted METHODIST CHURCH John Wesley Hermeneutics Award—Tempers flare.
Male Methodist pastors are crying foul as Patricia (now Pat) Lapanough delivers emotion-laden, tear jerking, tender-love speeches that have women and men swooning in Methodist
Gender Roles in Church Leadership
Randal asks, “Why does so much gender discrepancy still remain in our modern culture? Why must men hold most of the powerful positions in church
How Do I Know if I Am “Gay”?
For the answer to this question, go right. For an answer, go left. Ambiguous, yes? Confusing? Sure is. Let’s simplify. There was once a woman