April 29, 2004
The big conspiracy
Bill Allison has a couple of interesting posts about the Council of Nicea, here and here. In the former Bill...
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April 26, 2004
The calling
Lately gender has become the talk of the Christian blogosphere again, and the perennial question of women's ordination came up....
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April 21, 2004
The to-don't list
Ben Kepple, a reporter I knew in passing when he lived in L.A., recently put up a list of things...
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April 19, 2004
Yes, I am a flake
Haven't been in the mood for blogging lately, and tonight and tomorrow night I'm going to be busy. I have...
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April 14, 2004
A different Easter meditation
Andi discusses Jesus in a Zen Center....
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The blogfather speaks
Telford is wondering if he should keep (or rather, resume) blogging: I have enjoyed doing this, but my experience has...
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April 13, 2004
Perverse soul that I am, on Holy Saturday I was tempted to write, "Happy Harrowing!" I've still been getting a...
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April 09, 2004
Mark 9
There are several classic stories packed into this chapter. First we have the Transfiguration, where Peter, James and John see...
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April 06, 2004
I started writing a response to Kynn in the previous post, but it was getting so long I thought I...
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April 05, 2004
Calling a spade a bishop
Jonathan, the new Methodist co-blogger at The Ivy Bush, links to an interesting discussion between heterodox Anglican bishop John Shelby...
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Accidental discipleship
So last night I was reading and chowing down from a little tub of calimyrna figs I got from Trader...
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April 02, 2004
Random magic
Joel and I recently discussed the morality of Goldilocks. He's right that fables have been used for teaching ever since...
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Fun with numerology
Tom answered my request for what meaning scholars have derived from all the numbers in Mark 8: "By the five...
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April 01, 2004
Mark 8a
I noticed in GG's post on the middle part of Mark 8, commenter Pat remarks on a healing story in...
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