Religion

A pagan and a Jew walk into a bookstore: reclaiming spirituality as an adult queer

By Alixandria Thomason My partner and I spend a lot of time smiling at each other over rows of bookshelves. The small section of pagan books that faces the back of the store somehow contains more titles than his Judaism section. These are, of course, separated by an absolute sea of Christian books, Bibles, and …

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Hunting for the Sacred: Navigating ‘hipster’ churches as a survivor, theologian

My parent, who was an ordained minister in the United Methodist church, was an advocate of praise and worship style contemporary church services, where jeans and guitars took the place of suits and organs. I know this sartorial maneuver, these significations of the casual, hip, and inclusive, were meant to make the space of the …

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