Tag Archives: Newtown

When zero-tolerance Christianity goes horribly wrong

But whoever has the world’s goods, and beholds his brother in need and closes his heart against him, how does the love of God abide in him? – John 3:17 From the blog file: I came across a couple news … Continue reading

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Newtown questions: why does God allow evil?

I have delayed writing about God, faith and Newtown on purpose. First and foremost, I was there last week and I can’t say I was completely objective. I initially wrote about my experiences from my hotel room. Since then, I … Continue reading

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Rev. Robert F. Renjilian recalls growing up in Newtown

The Rev. Robert F. Renjilian of Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York said Newtown, Conn. was about as safe a town as you could find in America. Renjilian’s parents moved the family to Newtown when he was in elementary school and … Continue reading

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