September 30, 2004
Terms whose definitions I know not
I was amused by this quote from Eli Lilly on trying to read philosophy: Occasionally in the past, and even...
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September 29, 2004
Harry Potter and the warrior code
Not long ago Marvin did a post explaining how Harry Potter is an allegory for Christian nonviolence. This is not...
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September 27, 2004
Bowing to nothing
Andi is in Paris, and wrote a remarkable post about empty altars. This part rang extremely true to me: One...
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Weekend happenings
I had some work and some play over the weekend, and not enough sleep thanks to a slight religious clash....
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September 23, 2004
The resident aliens vote
Klingons endorse Kerry. Maybe he'll have them over for a bowl of serpent worms to show his appreciation....
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Your own impersonal Jesus
Interesting post at The Grace Pages about whitewashing Jesus: Even liberals seem to me, for all the fuss about being...
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September 22, 2004
The real you
The comments to yesterday's post turned into a discussion of individualism, and how it relates to Christian life. The subject...
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September 21, 2004
Speaking of church discipline...
Bwahahahaha! (Via The Gutless Pacifist.)...
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Persona non grata, part 2
Back at that post at the Ivy Bush I linked to the other day, one of the people behind that...
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September 20, 2004
Put away that toothpaste!
OK, even in my less-than-stellar condition, this made me laugh. Especially the comments. ("Better switch to Arm and Hammer toothpaste,...
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Persona non grata
I have my computer back, but I seem to be coming down with a cold. So I don't know what...
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September 17, 2004
Offline, in more ways than one
My home computer's off getting an upgrade, so I probably won't have Internet access this weekend. Maybe now that the...
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September 15, 2004
Just a note...
If anyone's wondering what the heck happened to the Politics of Jesus blogging, well, I let it get overdue and...
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September 13, 2004
My Sunday
So, this was yesterday: two very different church services, not enough sleep, and a lot of singing. I should explain...
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September 10, 2004
That John Knox / Yassir Arafat axis
Back in this post, commenter Katie recommended a number of churches, including Bel Air Presbyterian. We had, as she remarked,...
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September 09, 2004
Touch that third rail, baby!
The former Captain Inertia, who for some reason has switched to a new blog with the equally delightful name of...
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I do my part
A little while ago, Joe Guada discovered that as a gay man, he's bringing on the end of Western civilization....
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September 07, 2004
This concept seems so ... familiar
Beth, if you haven't met Tripp, it's high time I introduced you....
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She stoops to conquer
Rilina recently wrestled with the infamous Ephesians 5, and her commenter Synaesthete offered a novel defense of a male-only priesthood:...
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September 01, 2004
Exclusion and dialogue
Andi linked the other day to a post by a Buddhist teacher in Korea who's facing a student who states...
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