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August 2007 Archives

Today Michael Vick will face justice for his abominable actions. Abominable isn’t even the right word. Horrifying isn’t right. Nothing seems good enough to describe what he did. God gave us dominion over creation but that means he gave us […]

I flew out to Colorado today for some meetings this week. On the drive from the airport, I saw this rainbow and pulled over and jumped out and snapped the pic. It was breathtaking. The Bible promises that one day […]

Anne Jackson is a writer at Relevant Magazine>. She has written a beautifully honest piece about her addiction to online porn and God’s grace and mercy. I’m still a girl who struggles. I’m still a girl who lives one day […]

As fall – the most wonderful time of the year – approaches things will heat up. I’ll be blogging a lot more. Because fall will mean a rapid upturn in political coverage that means I’ll be blogging more on politics […]

Forthwith, random observations from my period. Hannah Montana didn’t do it for me even though the premise of a pop star kid disguising herself as normal is cute and BIlly Ray Cyrus is affable. That I watched Hannah Montana says […]

So, per my last post, I’m kind of tired. So I’m lying in bed watching a most glorious thing that I downloaded from iTunes – game 6 of the 1986 World Series. The whole game. I was 18 at the […]

Once every 28 days, for five days, I have my period. I haven’t really written much about it because, I suppose, I am not sure what to make of the whole thing. My period is different from and similar to […]

Over at SoMA, Paul O’Donnell revisits Social Gospel creator Walter Rauschenbusch on the 100th anniversary of his famed book, Christianity and the Social Crisis. The book has been re-issued with new essays by Jim Wallis, Stephen Carter, and others. Rauschenbusch’s […]

I have become a huge fan of Greg Boyd, pastor of Woodland Hills Church in St. Paul, MN. Huge. Read his blog, listen to his sermons, this guy is real. Yesterday he wrote about watching Mel Gibson’s Apocalypto. It’s a […]

Some of the most insightful people grace this blog, taking time out of their lives to read and comment and send emails. It is such a privilege to be part of it. Rjohnson posted something yesterday that I am particularly […]