Laura Stembridge

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Laura Stembridge is a graduate of Gonzaga University where she earned a degree in English Literature with a concentration in Women's and Gender Studies.

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“I believe much of the proselytized Gospel these days to be a socially-constructed, retributive Gospel created by humanity because it is easier to swallow than adhering to what God wants. When it comes to money then, one can see the way in which people use the law to demand money …

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Money, ethics and the U.S. government shutdown

The issue of money and ethics within secular and theological communities has always been an interesting, controversial discussion. Despite the differing views, one thing remains consistent in that people are incredibly awkward and hesitant about money: how they spend their money, how much money they make, how other people should make and/or spend their money and so on.

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Forgiveness: Fight or flight?

When I volunteered for this panel, writing an article on what forgiveness looks like seemed relatively easy. To my mild surprise, my thoughts on the matter deadlocked so that I ended up mired in writers block until my dog Winston was attacked by two other dogs.

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