OLD DIATRIBES

        The Old Diatribes are editorials of around a thousand words on some topic of concern to one of the faculty, students, or staff of Quartz Hill School of Theology. Occasionally, we may have guest diatribes. We welcome comments and will post the more interesting ones as Letters From Readers. We look forward to your reaction and input. All letters submitted will become the property of Quartz Hill School of Theology. Which letters get posted will be entirely up to us and our decisions are final. Letters may be edited for conciseness and to correct minor errors of spelling or grammar.


1. The Theological Heresy of Modern Liberal and Conservative Political Activism
2. Lies People Like to Believe
3. The Good Old Days - Yeah, Right
4. God Loves Gay People
5. The Status of Women in the Church
6. Merry Christmas


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