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What Do a Seminary Professor and a Gay Person Have In Common?

More than you think (They both taught me important lessons)

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Little did I know that going to seminary to pursue a master's degree in counseling would shake my world as much as it did. I remember sitting in an assembly where all of us newbies listened to the president tell us our lives would change, and some might even…

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Thoughts on applying a 2000 year old religion to 21st Century life

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Judy Hansen

Judy Hansen

Writer, blogger, a burr in the saddle of lousy theology. Bad Theology costs lives. Author of Eight Biblical Women Who Changed the World.

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