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30 07, 2015
  • Noah's Ark - Letters From The Slippery Slope

Don’t Rock The Ark?

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It's a scary situation. The idea of letting an adult with little time for the traditional understanding of Genesis teach Bible stories to a group of impressionable grade schoolers. Why not just boot them out of the minivan into the church parking lot with a note duct taped to their backside that reads "point me [...]

17 07, 2015

Augustine And Macaroni

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Some things in life mix better than others. Take macaroni and cheese, as a case in point. For a guy like myself, who can’t assemble a four course meal without sweating all day before I give up and order a pizza, there’s something wondrous, about those curly, starch encrusted noodles in the familiar blue and [...]

15 06, 2015

Christian Music Tames the Savage Beast

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This may be old news to many of you but I just learned that Cheetah, simian costar of the original Tarzan movies featuring Johnny Weissmeuller, died at his home in Palm Beach Florida. He was 80 years old. While there is a bit of controversy over the true identity of the chimp ( some aren't [...]

5 06, 2015

Censorship – Closer Than You Think

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There's been a lot talk these days about big brother wanting to wrestle control of the information superhighway back from the people. "Net neutrality" is the buzzword, and the argument is unsettling. Many are worried that our right to unfiltered online information is being threatened, or about to be legislated away by government agencies and [...]

10 05, 2015

Searching For A Sensible God

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I have been a Jesus Follower for most of my life unless you're counting that six week stint in the ninth grade when I went to town with a mouthful of cusswords. In retrospect I think Jesus was okay with my juvenile outbursts. It was my conscience that couldn't take the stress. So I repented. [...]