We Still Experience the Hazards of the Slave Bible

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Taking the Bible out of context doesn’t just lead to simple misunderstandings about what certain passages mean. It leads to justifying outright evil, especially when the people taking the Bible out of context are members of a more powerful class trying to maintain power over a less powerful class. The existence…

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Death-positive, sex-positive, and LGBTQ-affirming Christian. Gen Z. I hate onions. She/her

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Death-positive, sex-positive, and LGBTQ-affirming Christian. Gen Z. I hate onions. She/her

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