Monthly Archives: May 2009
Saying “I Love You” Saturday I show him the video of the trip you and I took after we first met. It was almost four years ago. The tape starts with a pond along the highway to Valdez. There are … Continue reading
Jerry Prevo’s 1985 “devil costume debacle” illustrates that it’s not only against homosexuals that Prevo is willing to throw up red herrings, deceptions, and outright lies.
A few months ago, a slim majority of California passed Proposition 8, which banned same-sex marriage in California after five or six months of it being legal. Since then, we’ve been waiting for the California Supreme Court to decide upon … Continue reading
I don’t know if I will ever again live with or love somebody, other than the somebodys that have always been my cats. And you know, even though any person you love & live with has their weirdnesses, as I … Continue reading
There’s no doubt that the Anchorage Baptist Temple’s Jerry Prevo has followed Jesus’ instruction to the fishermen Simon Peter and Andrew to become a fisher of men. But evidence suggests he also excels as a fisher of red herrings, especially when it comes to his opposition to equal rights for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and transfolk.
Friday before last, on my way down for coffee, I spotted a book on the new books shelf of the UAA/APU Consortium Library whose title caught my interest: The Religious Case Against Belief. Its author, James P. Carse, is a … Continue reading
“I take as my text the Book of Job — / for are we not like him, innocent, / suffering, crying out for justice? / are we not like him, each of us / surrounded by these righteous, / these pious friends who so love us, / who console us with false accusations, who comfort us with lies?”