Are we entering a time of converging faiths, offering hope to some, or only another giant step in the widespread agnosticism that seems at times a sure forerunner of despair?
Blog Posts on Religion
I’ve once again chosen my most popular posts of 2018, based on visits, comments, Tweets and Facebook likes.
I have been thinking about faith, manifested in two of its aspects in Taos: The Penitente Morada behind Mabel’s house, and the nearby graveyard.
Faithlessness is, first of all, a failure of the imagination.
There was a magic in the pretty Mary and her shiny blue gown next to the tall Joseph with his staff.
Reimagining the way the Christian Church in all its forms might benefit women… raises, inevitably, the issue of language.
We rounded up men who had committed no crimes, on suspicion only. We are doing it again.
As this memorable year comes to an end, I’ve chosen my sixteen most popular posts of the year, based on visits, comments, Tweets and Facebook likes.
The American Dream didn’t just promote home ownership. It also promoted large families… The ideal, for some, was The Holy Family of the Bible.
As we head, again, into the season of attacks on reproductive rights… I wonder how many of them stem, unconsciously, from the familiar version of the Annunciation.