December 31, 2003
Blood and soil
I haven't been commenting a lot on other people's Mark posts, but Kynn's take on Mark 5 provoked a number...
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December 30, 2003
Hallelujah here she comes
Well, the last time I took off for a week everything disappeared except the last entry, but this time the...
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December 21, 2003
Here we go a-wassailing
This afternoon I joined up with six other people from church to go out caroling. We visited church members who...
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December 19, 2003
The big finale
So I saw Return of the King, and had a good time. Unfortunately the earliest show my friend could get...
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December 17, 2003
Tolkien and Saddam
Yes, I'm catching the opening of Return of the King tonight. Some friends and co-workers and I are going to...
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December 15, 2003
Blogrolling on
We're not gonna be getting any polaroids of Armageddon any more, because Hernan Gonzalez closed up shop. But, as if...
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December 12, 2003
Still more on the pagan Christmas
The Ever Changing Selection points to an article in Touchstone magazine arguing that the dating of Christmas had nothing to...
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December 10, 2003
Not to pile on, but...
I took a look at the article from which Pen drew his information about the pagan origins of Christmas, and...
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Season's greetings
Pen says: "Bah! Humbug!" Personally, I think he's throwing out the baby with the bathwater here. If the date of...
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December 08, 2003
Another question for people who know more than me
Dash is up to Leviticus 16, which describes the story of the scapegoat. She says: Aaron has to take two...
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The descent
Jennifer posted recently about the Apostle's Creed, which, coincidentally, has been the subject of some contention in my Bible study...
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December 05, 2003
Book blogging
In an act of ambition up there with Dash, Sean Collins is blogging every chapter of Lord of the Rings....
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Truth in fiction
Eve Tushnet said something the other day that really resonated with me: Anyone who is or feels herself radically opposed...
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December 02, 2003
Beyond belief
That Pagels book seems to be catching on like wildfire in the blogosphere; now Bill Allison's reading it. Although he...
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Go figure
After weathering various dustups with the Christian right in this country, Marilyn Manson is now the subject of a criminal...
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December 01, 2003
Today is World AIDS Day. Peter quotes from a rousing screed on the subject, plus a link to help you...
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Returning to the fold
Laura at Interesting Monstah has been doing a remarkable series of posts about returning to the African Methodist Episcopal Church...
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Let's play master and servant
One story I missed while I was on break was this flapdoodle over the naming of "master" and "slave" hard...
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