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October 2006 Archives

I like talking about myself as a follower of Jesus. I prefer that description to any other one in describing my faith. I like it because it describes the relationship pretty well: intimate but not static; he leads, I follow. […]

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Go to see the Bollywood version of Michael Jackson’s Thriller on Andrew Sullivan’s blog.

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I’m guessing we’ve all heard Jesus’ words bunches of times before: “If your brother sins against you, rebuke him; and if he apologizes, forgive him. Even if he sins against you seven time and turns round seven times and says […]

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NOTE: Over the coming days Andrew Sullivan and I will be engaging in a dialogue/discussion/letter exchange regarding his new book, The Conservative Soul, and my book, Tempting Faith. For those who do not know him, Andrew is one of today’s […]

Peter Steinfels in The New York Times yesterday wrote a very nice piece on my book . What I appreciate so much about the piece is that Steinfels captures what I the book is really about: “As much as it […]

I keep waiting. Even now I hope I’ve missed something. I keep waiting to hear James Dobson or Jerry Falwell take to the airwaves to denounce the unconscionable attack on actor Michael J. Fox by Rush Limbaugh. We all know […]

Today, guest blogger Patton Dodd, Beliefnet’s Christianity Editor who is based in Colorado Springs, comments on the reception of “Tempting Faith”: Though I’ve had the pleasure of working with David Kuo in recent weeks, like most everyone I read his […]

These past two days, home with family and back in church this morning, surrounded again by friends who agree and who disagree with my thoughts but who live the reality that Jesus’ love is far more important than anything else, […]

Need to be going to sleep, but just finished doing a small segment on “Real Time with Bill Maher.” Like most of these interviews, I was piped in via satellite, so I wasn’t actually in the studio. But I was […]

I got back home tonight and went to what I thought was just a small book signing in DC. It was–with the exception that C-SPAN was filming it. It was fun to have a stage to myself and be able […]