"That God is separate from God's people. That God is often angry, in search of a better humanity. That God shows grace to the chosen; but that God of my childhood chose only 3 or 4 percent of the world's population." Jonathan S. Williams
Book Review: She’s My Dad: A Father’s Transition and a Son’s Redemption
Novel: She’s My Dad: A Father’s Transition and a Son’s Redemption Authors: Jonathan S. Williams & Paula Stone Williams Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press Published: 11.20.2018 Genre: Biographies > Memoir > LGBTQIA > Gender Studies > Christian Bible History & Culture Page Count: 216 Pages ISBN-10: 0664264352 ISBN-13: 978-0664264352 Purchase From Amazon, Barnes & Noble, … Continue reading Book Review: She’s My Dad: A Father’s Transition and a Son’s Redemption
Book Review: HOPE AND OTHER SUPERPOWERS: A Life-Affirming, Love-Defending, Butt-Kicking, World-Saving Manifesto
“The dream of a different world (as beautiful as it is) won’t actually alter the planet—only your hands getting dirty and your feet hitting the ground will do that. Being outraged at injustice doesn’t do much for the victims of that injustice—actively moving against it does. But that’s a hell of a lot harder than outrage alone, which is why most people gladly settle for being perpetually angry and living vicariously through spandex-clad, muscle-bound, CGI demigods who do the brave things they wish they could do.”
Book Review: This I Know: A Novel
"I'm afraid, I think to him."
"It'll be okay, he thinks back".
"I don't want to leave you."
"I'm right behind you."
"What if the door closes?"
"It won't." - Issac & Gracie from their mother's womb in "This I Know".