A Mote in Minerva's Eye: Seeing without categorizing
A Mote in Minerva's Eye: Seeing without categorizing is a blog about the intersections of culture and faith. This collection brings together 12 posts that were published June 2015 - May 2016 as part of Presbyterians Today, One Church, Many Voices. Each post is about 1000 words and some have Conversation starters. Use them to reflect and meditate or have intimate conversations about wide-ranging issues of identity, technology and justice in small or large groups.
- Anita Coleman
- A Mote in Minerva's Eye: Seeing without categorizing
This blog post is adapted from Day 26 of the devotional and Bible study, Casa Charis: A Daybook of Freedom published in 2013. Coleman reflects on Galatians 5: 26 and the lessons of peace and freedom from the culture that the diverse cultures of…
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