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- 123 Psaltery & Lyre: “Agricola Dreams of Flying” by J. Rose Lara
- 122 Psaltery & Lyre: “Communion: a love poem (a villanelle)” by Rachel Bollinger
- Book Review: Philip Metres’s Sand Opera
- 121 Psaltery & Lyre: Rachael Matthews, “Horsehead Nebula”
- Book Review: Monica Ong’s Silent Anatomies
- 120 Psaltery & Lyre: Rachael Matthews, “Return, pt. III” and “Gaia”
- Book Review: Claudia Rankine’s Don’t Let Me Be Lonely
- Book Review: Matthea Harvey, If the Tabloids Are True What Are You?
- Book Review: Lotería Cards and Fortune Poems: A Book of Lives
- 119 Psaltery & Lyre: Matthew LaBrot, “St. Francis River”
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Brent’s Corner Archive
Bigotry doesn’t have to be an extension of religious belief.
So what we have is a page that just showed up on the “official” church website a few days ago that states that we now believe that all men are...
I want to believe in miracles. Here’s the deal, though. Every time I hold up a miracle to the light and examine it, I’m disappointed.
We don’t like to frame it that way. We like to talk about how men and women are equal partners (as long as it’s understood that men “preside”).
Once you become aware of the problem, you see it everywhere. It’s cultural. It’s systemic. It’s grounded firmly in biases, faulty assumptions, and, fundamentally, in a lack of imagination.
The ward modesty committees determined, however, that these inconveniences were worth it if they helped the women of the ward maintain virtuous thoughts.
There is a wide chasm, however, between choosing to live a religion and claiming to have absolute knowledge that one’s religion is the only “true” or “valid” path to God–and...
Being in charge of everything isn’t about power or control, it’s about service. Men should be grateful that women create space for them to concentrate on doing what God...