(Her)meneutics. Clever? Yes. Original? No. Well, at least not originally mine. So, now that the election is over, let’s get back to distracting ourselves with what really matters. Like whose theology and reading of Scripture is more correct! Seriously though, hermeneutics — the way we read Scripture — matters. It affects our theology and it affects how we live and […]
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Are you familiar with Rachel Held Evans? We here at the Public Queue have talked about her before. She is a Female Christian Blogger who has recently written a book called “A year of Biblical Womanhood.” She spent a a year following all of the rules for women in the Bible, and let me tell you something, She did not […]
This article starts out the way all good stories do: The other day, I was watching Dateline’s To Catch a Predator with my mom. (Hash tag unemployment). Anyway, To Catch a Predator is a reality show on NBC. The host, Chris Hansen, teams up with an organization called Perverted Justice to catch would-be pedophiles and send them to prison. The […]
The White House’s original message for this week was to be student loans and economic issues. In case you were unaware here is the headline many graduate students received, Congress has eliminated the Federal Direct Subsidized Student Loan program for graduate students effective July 1, 2012. This is what the White House planned on talking about this week. Then, Joe […]