By Graham Glover - Change. For many, it’s the most dreadful “four-letter” word in their vocabulary. Even though change happens every day, many people aren’t comfortable with it. They don’t like it and certainly don’t accept it. I’m not a big fan of change either. I like predictable things. I like knowing what to expect. … Continue reading Learning to Accept Change
By Graham Glover - Since when did we become a people that abhor pluralism? Everywhere I turn these days people are angry at those who don’t agree with them. They are frustrated when others don’t think or act like them. If someone else’s worldview deviates from theirs, then the other person is a problem to … Continue reading Pluralism’s Annoying Joy
By Graham Glover - I know you don’t like him. It’s obvious every time we talk about him. It’s also apparent on your social media accounts. Some of them are direct attacks. Others are a little more subtle, but still, we all know who you are referencing. You’re clearly no fan. But as much as … Continue reading Respect the Office, Even if Not the Man
By Graham Glover - I live in a strange world. It’s a world that on the surface makes little sense. A world that without context seems theologically problematic. In my world, I do the things of the church without a church. Huh? Come again? In my world, I do church without a church. How is … Continue reading Doing Church Without a Church
By Graham Glover - Universal healthcare. The mere mention of the idea is enough to bring a smile to a liberal and a scowl to a conservative. Outside of the immigration debate, I don’t think there is an issue that divides the electorate more than whether the United States federal government should provide healthcare to … Continue reading A Conservative Case for Universal Healthcare
By Graham Glover - A Southern Lutheran It’s not an oxymoron, although sometimes it seems like it should be. Compared to the Northeast and Midwest, there aren’t a lot of Lutherans in the South, especially Missouri Synod Lutherans. But we’re here, Lutherans in the land of Dixie. Lutherans have a rich history in the South, … Continue reading On Being a Lutheran in the South
By Graham Glover - I swear it’s never going to end. It was supposed to be over last November 8th, but it’s still going. Almost 6 months after Americans went to the polls, we are still immersed in the 2016 campaign. For some reason, we just can’t let it go. I really think it’s never … Continue reading Will the 2016 Campaign Ever End?