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Janine Warrington

Janine Warrington
Janine Warrington graduated from Gonzaga University with a degree in religious studies in 2017. Her thesis used comics as a visual metaphor for the role of doubt in healthy faith development. Currently she works in childcare and is applying for graduate school to get a Masters in Theology.

LGBT relationships aren’t sinful

To their credit, many churches are learning about the psychology of sexual orientation and the experiences of the LGBTQ+ community, and are consequently becoming more nuanced in their teachings on this subject.

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There’s middle ground on gun control

The rhetoric surrounding guns in our country right now is impressively divisive. There is such a severe imaginary line between sides of the debate – either you support gun ownership or you don’t – that good, kind Christians sometimes automatically translate “demonstration against violence” to “demands to take away everyone’s right to own guns,” in their minds.

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We can’t forget the men in the #METOO movement

The most recent edition of Sojourners Magazine includes an anonymous letter to the editor that says, “But there is one voice that is not heard too often. It is that of sexual violence against men by male authority figures. I suspect there are many men out there who trusted a male authority figure and were assaulted. We are hurting.”

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