Monthly Archives: March 2007

The Pacific Coast Regional Meeting of the Society for Biblical Literature

That is quite a mouthful.  Today I am off to this regional conference of SBL that is being held in Berkeley.  Berkeley is pretty convenient by BART, the train.  I’m going to the Queen Studies Lunch at 12:45 and to … Continue reading

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Insert Picture of Stacy Harp or Peter LaBarbera into this video…

Here is a video of a British guy who, like the people mentioned in the title of this blog, is obsessed with gay and lesbian sex.  Totally obsessed.  Anyway, if you can stomach it, here it is.  Harp and LaBarbera … Continue reading

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Slavery in the Bible

I thought since I compared Peter LaBarbera and Stacy Harp with people who were all for slavery (well, I didn’t say that exactly, but something very similar) I just wanted to look at their beloved Bible, the Word of God, … Continue reading

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The Anti-Gay movement

I just read a good post over at Joe Brummer’s site and it made me realize how alike some gay people are in terms of what they think about.  I have often been so mad that people like Stacy Harp … Continue reading

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Some Amusing News on AFTAH and Ken Hutcherson

The other day I wrote a post about Peter LaBarbera and his obsession with all things gay and lesbian.  That particular post was about his discussion of a ‘spanking party’ here in San Francisco.  The link was too vulgar for … Continue reading

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The Ex-Gay Movement and the Daily Show

I just saw a hilarious clip from the Daily Show.  It is about the curing of gays (or not!).  The de-certified therapist is a real person, by the way, and he isn’t acting.  That is exactly how he claims to cure … Continue reading

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Time For A Holiday!

I am so ready for a real holiday.  We haven’t taken one since moving back to the U.S. in Sept. 2005.  I’m not sure if we are going to take one this year or not… But thinking of one makes … Continue reading

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