November 24, 2003
On hold
Sorry I've been so quiet. I had an episode with the virus that's been going around, which I managed to...
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November 20, 2003
Reaction formation
Peter Nixon asks if Virginia Postrel's criticism of evangelicals is fair: As I've said before, saying that homosexuality is wrong...
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November 18, 2003
Mark 6
Jesus and co. return to Nazareth, where the locals are amazed and hostile about his strange behavior. This guy is...
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November 14, 2003
A gender-conscious blogwatch
Sgt. Stryker posted his remarks that I quoted earlier on his own blog, with more comments. This set Peter Nixon...
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November 12, 2003
The measure of man
It seems to be Testosterone Week here at my blog, but I'm still pondering the whole masculinity thing. Once again,...
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Promise Keepers
Allen's passing mention of the Promise Keepers reminded me of a remarkable piece I read a few years back, by...
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November 11, 2003
Mark 5
This chapter begins with a very wild tale. Jesus and his crew finish crossing the Gallilee and come to the...
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More on the man problem
From Peter Nixon: When I made my Cursillo, I encountered a lot of men who, at my age, were a...
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November 10, 2003
Still more about power
Rob thinks I'm going all Foucaultian in seeing power relations even in family relationships. Power, in his mind, is about...
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November 08, 2003
Powers and principalities
The discussion about church and gender has gone on at The Right Christians and has moved to another, related subject:...
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November 07, 2003
Men, men, men, men
Donald Sensing has a long post protesting the feminization of church. Allen Brill begs to differ. I agree with Allen...
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Void where prohibited
Andi disagreed with my use of "the Void" in this post, so I poked around a bit to see just...
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For unto us a child is born
Pen's little pacifist arrived a bit ahead of schedule, but all seems to be well. Congratulations!...
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November 06, 2003
And she's making me feel like I've never been born
OK, I finally have a bit of time to myself and should start on the backlog of posts that have...
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November 05, 2003
Out to lunch
Sorry for the absence of posting; I've had no time. Just got back from L.A.'s downtown library (a fun place...
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November 03, 2003
Out on a Blogwatch
I'm not feeling up to full-blown posting today, but at some point I do want to address Andi's incisive response...
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November 02, 2003
The fortress of solitude
I'm coming down with a cold, so it might not be the wisest thing to post with a half-melted brain,...
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November 01, 2003
Many gods and many lords
Compare and contrast: recent posts on Christian-Muslim relations from Bill Cork and Allen Brill (and his commenters), plus an older...
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