The Theology of Convenience (Part 2)

One of the most uncomfortable conversations of my life took place in a dentist’s chair. (Yes, yes, I know…) My dentist was a woman in her early 30s. I was already be-bibbed, X-rayed, and reclined to a nauseating angle when she suddenly shooed all the assistants and hygienists out and…

The Theology of Convenience (Part 1)

The article is similar to many that are coming out these days: vignettes of hope and despair in the face of tragedy. In this case it’s a Reuters special report on a COVID-19 outbreak in a small meatpacking town. It’s close to home geographically: Guymon is in the area where…

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