Quentin Schultze. Gay Jesus. Queer Eye.

If you don’t know who Quentin Schultze is you should (foto right). He’s been researching and writing thought-provoking stuff about faith and culture for a long time. The emphasis here isn’t on his age but on his wisdom. He’s a seasoned observer who has contemplated the intersect that matters to culturally savvy christians and is quoted in USA Today on the religious impact of the Passion.

Seattle is hosting an update of Corpus Christi with its gay themed teen years of Jesus. The reviewer seems unaware or uninterested in devout Christians might react. Queer Eye interior decorator Thom Filicia insists his sexuality does not define him, the shows name notwithstanding. I regret the walls between so many Christians and gays, because I count some of my gay friends among the most interesting and engaging personalities I’ve known.

I’ve got to run because I’m trying to write a book and as with many guys multi-tasking is not a strength.

Remember, “these are the best of times and the worst of times, but they are the only times we have.” (For Now).

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