Am I Hispanic? It seems like such a simple question.  But, ethnic identity can be complicated these days.  I’m 6’5″ with grey eyes and light skin. My mother was from the Appalachian hills in east Tennessee. That is not typically how one thinks of a Chicano. I don’t think I’ve

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Vote for your favorite artists! We are starting back the Tournament of Artists. Twice a month, Faith on View readers get to vote for their favorite artists. Enjoy!You can see the records for the entire tournament HERE. Round 2019:1 brings 14 artists, 7 matches, to you for your votes. Vote for you

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I saw a post from a friend who is a teacher showing a picture of a patriotic 9/11 backpack of one of her students full of American flags and “God Bless America.” She mentioned how her class had talked a lot about 9/11 in the last few days. She mentioned

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**This is a blog post that I wrote on an old blog site which I no longer maintain. I didn’t want to lose this record and decided to copy it here.** A question that is often asked around this time of year: Where were you on “9/11”? My son Kyle,

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It is not uncommon for professors at Christian colleges and universities to begin class with prayer. I, however, attended public schools through high school. I attended public colleges until I transferred to a private secular art school in New York where I finished my bachelors and received two masters degrees.

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Don’t be “That Guy” When I was younger, I really loved apologetics. There is something compelling about knowing the answers. I liked the surety that it helped give me to know that I had a reasoned faith, a faith that was right and true. I don’t think I was that annoying

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