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Interreligious dialogue offers a helpful set of habits and dispositions for the election season. I suggest five ground rules to help with those difficult political conversations with family and friends. From Huff Post, 09/13/2012
“For theology, the trans- arc troubles essentialist and complementarian notions of gender, and it decenters Eurocentric racial norms. It points to other crossings of binaries—God and world, divine and human, soul and body—and opens the trajectories themselves as spaces of inquiry and play." […]
Emotions in the Classroom
“Professors across the land are preparing to return to the classroom, beginning with the all-important discussion on first day: setting the ground rules. Sometimes I ask the class to generate guidelines, beginning with their top list of classroom dos and don’ts. And inevitably, ... comes some version of “don’t get too emotional." […]