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Question Everything is a series of posts that asks the questions people are really thinking, but are often afraid to ask. The fundamental assumption in these posts is that God is not afraid of the hard questions.  To ask is actually an expression of faith.  Each post serves to provide a space for the collective voice to answer that question with possibilities.  Questions can be about any subject of life, faith, culture or justice, or something that you are interested in.

If you would like to submit a question for the series, use the form below.  You can submit questions as “Anonymous” but you must provide an email.








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