- What does "time" depend on to be an "actuality" as perception? Selfl...essly, Ps. "Time" as a state of being is the essence of potentiality (humans/"Love"). "Time" is a dependent constant variable because it is in continual motion as a circle and never begins or ends. The following provides (empirical) valid support of this pattern. https://www.facebook.com/notes/eternal-optimism/apocalypse-revelation-of-hidden-meaning/10152259241840720
Hey all! Volume 6 in the ISFM series publishes this August (2015). There are many amazing American Christian women featured. We hope you'll read/share/gift! www.faithfullyfeminist.com
Live panel next TUES FEB 3 (12pm PST/3pm ET) featuring #TalkingTaboo's Co-Editor and Author of the new book, "Lessons in Belonging" http://www.regentredux.net/making-peace-with-church
We're one of them!! http://www.couragerenewal.org/courageous-books-2014/#faith
Check out #TalkingTaboo Editor Enuma Okoro, Author, Speaker's TEDX talk! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QYYvs3-4jA&app=desktop
http://holyhellions.com/20…/…/13/the-sweet-reward-of-prayer/ via via #TalkingTaboo Editor Erin Lane
The new men's volume in the I Speak For Myself series comes out tomorrow! #TalkingTaboo editor Erin Lane interviews Anderson Campbell on Father Factor: American Christian Men on Fatherhood and Faith:
http://holyhellions.com/…/…/on-the-ministry-of-availability/ via #TalkingTaboo Editor Erin Lane
Cheers to Talking Taboo contributor Katey Zeh for being named 1 of 14 faith leaders to watch by American Progress!
"She has used her theological training and policy expertise to decry unfair policies that hurt women and to lift up the stories of those affected."
It only takes one person to show up as her full, true, and complicated self at church to make it a little bit safer for everyone else to do the same.
More on holding back, speaking up, and Talking Taboo coming to NYC!
SAVE THE DATE. Talking Taboo is coming to New York City to celebrate Women's History Month on Sunday, March 16th. Look for more details about our event at Middle Collegiate Church in the next week or so.
Part II of our Talking Taboo teleconference with W.A.T.E.R. is happening next week! Contributors Gina Messina-Dysert, Grace Sandra, Tara Woodard-Lehman, and Katey Zeh will be taking your questions.
Register now (it's free) and get the call-in information!
NEW GUEST BLOG POST from Maria Erb:
"Conversations about race always fell flat whenever we brought it up in church.“We don’t see color.” “We are all God’s children.” “We are all humans.” “Why do we need to continue to focus on difference? We’re all the same.” I never felt that I could be my whole, true self, when it came to my church community."
Reminder: @aja-Monet will be at Duke this Saturday performing at White Lecture Hall. She also happens to be a stellar contributor to our anthology @talkingTaboo! You don't want to miss hearing this talented lady.