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Queer Theologians to Know for Pride Month

For many, ‘Christianity’ and ‘queerness’ are seemingly incompatible. But there are queer theologians who have blazed trails and forged open doors for their faith and their gender identity & sexuality to be known as not only compatible, but a holy combination.
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Bible Verses About Gender Equality

While it can be easy to dismiss the Bible as an outdated book with a harmful view, It’s important to understand that patriarchy is not God’s dream for the world. So how can women uphold Scripture as sacred given this context?

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Seven Black Theologians to Know for Black History Month

Black history month is about celebrating, uplifting, and amplifying the history, contributions, and experiences of Black folks in the United States. As the saying goes, Black history is American history, and that is certainly true when it comes to the Church.
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In the Beginning: How Arrayed Got Started

The turn of the new year invites reflections on the past and new directions for the future, and that's certainly true as a business owner. Arrayed has evolved in so many ways over the years and I wanted to share a little bit of that journey with you here.
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Unraveled Series: Wearing Clothing Made from Mixed Fibers

Welcome to the Unraveled series, a collection of blog posts exploring clothing, the Bible, and its connections to modern living. This first post dives into a passage that is both well-known and often quoted: Deuteronomy 22:11 which states, “You shall not wear clothes made of wool and linen woven together” (NRSV). Does this still apply today?

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