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Jason Chesnut
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I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.
I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.

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Doing that biblical storytelling/preaching thang.
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The Birth Of A Christianity (Or: Why The Remake Of "The Birth Of A Nation" Is So Brilliant And Theological)
D.W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation wasn't just a disturbingly racist propaganda film made in 1915 (a silent film, it was the first 12-reel one ever created), chronicling the end of the Civil War and the rise of the Ku Klux Klan (as a heroic force, by the...
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Go Back to Africa...?
"Go back to Africa." This less than compassionate command is often directed at those in our country who are descendants of that stunning and exquisite land. These words are often said, on the other hand, by people who look like me - and whose ancestors were...
Go Back to Africa...?
Go Back to Africa...?
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To Hell With Good Intentions, Indeed
When I first arrived in Namibia, a small country in southern Africa about the size of California (but with barely two million people), in 2003, I knew that my life was going to change. I'd like to say that it wasn't the hope for a naïve, do-gooder kind of c...
To Hell With Good Intentions, Indeed
To Hell With Good Intentions, Indeed
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Six Theologically Frustrating Aspects of Modern Weddings
I'm not a hater. I promise. I think weddings are great. (I especially am impressed with two human beings who make these verifiably overwhelming vows to each other. "Until death"? Really?) And. I continue to be amazed at the things to which many people in th...
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Strange Fruit | A Midrash
The following is a midrash on parts of Jesus' passion narrative from the Gospel of Mark (chapters 14-15). -- It was a hot and sultry day, the humidity moving through the weeping willows, covering everything in its tracks - slowing everything down. If you we...
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