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21 Things You Should Know About Harold Camping

posted by Jason Boyett

Do you have Harold Camping fatigue yet? I’m pretty close. After a few articles and radio interviews about it (thanks, book I wrote six years ago!), I’m growing a bit weary of the subject. But I also realize that people […]

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The Year in Blogging (Part 3)

posted by Jason Boyett

Wrapping it up today. Read the rest of the recaps for January-April 2010 and May-August 2010.  SeptemberWe started the month by participating in the 30 bloggers, 30 days, $30K challenge with Tyler Stanton and Charity:Water. I gave simple answers to […]

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The Year in Blogging (Part 2)

posted by Jason Boyett

I’m closing out the year by recapping my year in blog posts. Why? Because it’s good to see where you’ve been and it’s a good introduction to the blog for those of you who’ve arrived recently. Here’s Part 1, which […]

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The Year in Blogging (Part 1)

posted by Jason Boyett

There is nothing more narcissistic than a year-in-blogging recap, but last year I found that it was a good way to introduce new readers to older posts. And blogging is narcissistic anyway, so let’s not pretend we’re better than we […]

2010 Christmas Best/Worst List

posted by Jason Boyett

I posted a best/worst Christmas list last year and have decided to do another one for this year…but with all-new, culturally relevant bests and worsts. The long wait is over, friends. ———— Best update of How the Grinch Stole Christmas: […]

Thankful Tuesday

posted by Jason Boyett

My sister, at her wonderful blog Mama:Monk, continues a tradition she began while a bright-eyed college student. She calls it “Thankful Tuesday,” and she views it as a chance to practice “organized thankfulness.” So every Tuesday, on her blog, she […]

Quotes about Doubt

posted by Jason Boyett

I get asked occasionally if I’ve heard this or that quote about doubt and faith from such-and-such famous person. In most (but not all) cases, yes, I’m aware of the quote. This is due to two reasons: 1) Because I’m […]

Nine Things I Learned at FFW

posted by Jason Boyett

I know yesterday’s post already mentioned my trip to Grand Rapids for the Festival of Faith & Writing, but I want to get one more post out while the experience is still fresh. Being around other writers (published and unpublished), […]

Seussian Questions

posted by Jason Boyett

Today is the birthday of Theodor Geisel, who was born on March 2, 1904. I was a huge Dr. Seuss fan when I was a kid. His Happy Birthday to You! remains one of my favorite books of all time. […]

Six Jesus Statues That Creep Me Out

posted by Jason Boyett

Jesus statues: Like MTV reality shows and limericks about an island south of Cape Cod, rarely are they made in good taste. Occasionally they are just plain disturbing, as in these examples… ——– 1. Drowning Jesus This 62-feet high sculpture […]

Enough about Me: 3 Questions for You

posted by Jason Boyett

We’ve had quite a few new readers lately — thanks, everyone, for stopping by — so I figured today would be a good time for some feedbacky fun. Let’s get to know each other better. How? By answering highly personal […]

Right Now

posted by Jason Boyett

It’s been a long time since the first time I did a “now list.” Which means it’s probably time to do one again. Feel free to contribute your own list at your blog or in the comments below. What I […]

An Incomplete List of Influences

posted by Jason Boyett

The following is a random list of things that have played a role in who I am today. I’m listing them, without explanation, in no particular order. Some are good influences. Some are not. (You’ll have to guess which is […]

Career Satisfaction: The Truth About Dreams

posted by Jason Boyett

Yesterday I asked you to list your first job, your current job, and your dream job in which money was no object. Your answers were fascinating. Thank you to all of you who participated. A lot of you — I […]

Resolutions for 2010

posted by Jason Boyett

Some people think New Year’s resolutions are dumb, for several reasons. For instance, if it’s so important to make some kind of life change, why haven’t you done it already? Why wait to quit smoking in January instead of doing […]

2009 Resolution Check-Up

posted by Jason Boyett

Happy New Year! After a nice two-week break from pixels — other than those occurring in Nintendo Wii and DS games — I’m back and raring to go. Which leads to my first resolution of 2010: Never again describe myself […]

The Year in Blogging, Part 2

posted by Jason Boyett

Here’s the second half of my year-in-review blog recap. The first part was on Friday. Here are a few of the high points from July to this month. JulyI displayed some vintage ads that will give you the willies, followed […]

The Year in Blogging, Part 1

posted by Jason Boyett

Who’s up for a year-in-review blog recap? OK, put your hands down. I’ve gained a lot of new readers in recent months, so this might be a great opportunity for you to find some of the stuff you may have […]

The Christmas Best and Worst List

posted by Jason Boyett

It’s the first day of December, so I thought I’d make a Christmas best and worst list. Because people like lists, and because I am people. Best Traditional Christmas Carol: O Little Town of Bethlehem Beautiful melody and lovely lyrics […]

I Am Thankful

posted by Jason Boyett

I am thankful. I am thankful for my own good health and good friends, and for my wife’s good health and good friends, and for my kids’ continued good health and good friends. I am thankful for ground Sumatra coffee […]

7 Things I Have Learned from Sesame Street

posted by Jason Boyett

As you probably have realized upon visiting Google the last few days, today marks the 40th birthday of Sesame Street, a show I loved and feared during my early childhood (see more below). And loved during my late teens (I […]

Friday Miscellany

posted by Jason Boyett

It’s been an eventful week here at the blog, thanks to the naughty words and romance novels and worship discussion. Which is a weird combination of things, starting the week with pee-poop-panties and ending it with a more serious topic. […]

Five Confessions: Annoyed by “Worship”

posted by Jason Boyett

I have five worship-related confessions to make. 1. I play the drums in the worship band at my church. One reason is because I love to play the drums. It makes me happy. The other reason is that I’d much […]

The Christian Romance Novel Naughty List

posted by Jason Boyett

Steeple Hill is a line of Christian women’s novels published by Harlequin, the great-granddaddy (or grandmother?) of the romance novel industry. When you think of romance novels, you probably think of a buff, hairless, massively pectoral man clutching a lovestruck […]

Random Thoughts about Halloween

posted by Jason Boyett

Seven random thoughts about Halloween: 1. In my family, we grew up pronouncing it “HAL-oween.” The hal rhymes with “pal.” Lots of my friends and family joined us in that pronunciation. But I knew a lot of others from this […]

Friday Fun

posted by Jason Boyett

Why a post of random stuff? Because it’s been a random (and craaaazy) week. ————• The Internet Monk’s “Annual Halloween Rant” is so worth reading for stuffy, scared-of-Satanism Christians. I totally agree. ————• If you want to see the most […]

10 Observations from the U2 Show

posted by Jason Boyett

Along with some great friends, my wife and I traveled to Norman, Oklahoma, this weekend to catch U2’s 360° tour. As a long-time U2 fan — I still have my original Joshua Tree cassette! — I was particularly pumped for […]

Things I Do Not Support

posted by Jason Boyett

Noted listmaker Bryan Allain blogged a list a couple days ago of things he does NOT support, and it was a fun exercise in group dislike. So fun, in fact, that I’m going to steal the idea and bring it […]

Pocket Guides: The Shack, Part 2

posted by Jason Boyett

When The Shack was first published in 2007, it didn’t have a whole lot going for it. For one thing, it was written by a guy with no platform and no name. William P. Young was a hotel night clerk […]

The 10 Worst Bible Passages

posted by Jason Boyett

Ship of Fools is a fun, British religious web-magazine that has been doing great work for at least a decade. Like The Wittenburg Door in the U.S., Ship of Fools is committed to the Christian faith but not afraid to […]

9 Secret Insights on Nines Day

posted by Jason Boyett

Today is September 9, 2009, which means it’s another nerd holiday: 09/09/09. Depending on your perspective, we won’t see another set of repeating dates until October 10, 2010 (10/10/10), and no repeating single-digit dates until January 1, 2101 (01/01/01). So […]

A Helpful Guide to Rorschach Inkblots

posted by Jason Boyett

Did you know that there’s a bit of a kerfuffle brewing among psychologists because images of the famed Rorschach inkblot tests have now been posted on Wikipedia, along with the most common responses for each image? Mental-health professionals, as you […]

True Pocket Guide Confessions

posted by Jason Boyett

It’s another round of confessions, this time related to the Pocket Guides. I’ve done it before, on multiple occasions, and now I’m doing it again. Why? Because I have no shame. 1. Sometimes, when I open up one of my […]

Of Mice and Men and Mummies

posted by Jason Boyett

I’m pretty sure every writer has this experience. At least, I hope so. You see a book on a shelf, or read about it in a magazine, and think: Wow. THAT is a great book idea. I totally could have […]

What Do I Have in My Pockets?

posted by Jason Boyett

This is not a post about my Pocket Guides. This is just a blog post about my pockets. I am a creature of habit, in that I pretty much always carry the same thing in my pockets regardless of where […]

Things I Have Too Many Of

posted by Jason Boyett

It occurred to me this morning, while brushing my teeth, that while many people suffer from “not enough,” I am fortunate to suffer from “too many.” Complaining about having too much of something reminds me of something Matthew Perry’s Chandler […]

Big List of Recommendations

posted by Jason Boyett

You were probably thinking, What are Jason’s views on a variety of unrelated subjects? Good news: You’ve come to the right place. Here are a few of my current recommendations, in no particular order. Things I Recommend Scott Orr’s new […]

Random Phrases from the Pocket Guides (2)

posted by Jason Boyett

A couple of weeks ago, I asked: What if I picked a random chapter from one of my upcoming Pocket Guide books, and then listed random phrases from that chapter, completely out of context? That was fun. At least for […]

Random Phrases from the Pocket Guides (1)

posted by Jason Boyett

It’s June, which means only two months-ish before the next three books in my Pocket Guide series release. I’ve been wondering how to continue to tease them to keep you interested until that date, and had an idea. What if […]

Why I Love June

posted by Jason Boyett

Today is June 1. That’s big news, I know, but I was thinking this morning how much I’ve come to love the summertime and thought I’d make a list. Because I like lists, and so does this blog. Five Reasons […]

10 Stats More Important than Swine Flu

posted by Jason Boyett

So as of yesterday, there were 1516 confirmed swine flu cases world-wide, 642 cases in the United States, and two deaths. (Both deaths were in Texas, and both victims also had “underlying health problems” in addition to the swine flu.) […]

The First 100 Days: An Idea

posted by Jason Boyett

So yesterday was the big “First 100 Days” milestone in President Obama’s administration. I’ve always found this to be a curious way to mark the passage of time. One hundred is a good, round number — when you’re doing math […]

Ten More Confessions

posted by Jason Boyett

Sometimes you just need to get things off your chest. I’ve done it before, and now I’m doing it again. Don’t hate me, blog readers. Admire me for my transparency: 1. I sleep with a body pillow. If you ask […]

How I Use Social Media

posted by Jason Boyett

The year 2009, it seems, has already been declared the Year of Twitter., where about half the people you run into claim to be something called a “Social Media Expert.” Everyone’s on Facebook, too, other than my wife. This fact […]

Afterlife Preview: 11 Sensible Explanations for Ghosts

posted by Jason Boyett

It’s been a few months since the last sneak peak at Pocket Guide to the Afterlife, which releases in August from Jossey-Bass (along with Pocket Guide to Sainthood and a repackaged Pocket Guide to the Bible). My favorite chapter in […]

More Funny Words and Suggested Usage

posted by Jason Boyett

I enjoyed this last time around, so I’m doing it again. Here are a few random words from The 100 Funniest Words in English, by Robert Beard, with definitions and my own personal usage suggestions. Your goal for today is […]

How Important Is Your Little Toe?

posted by Jason Boyett

If you haven’t made its acquaintance, let me introduce you to Soul Pancake. It’s an interesting place, wrapped around the idea of exploring the intersections of creativity, spirituality, and philosophy. The site asks: Where do you go on the Interwebs […]

Two Reasons Not to Blog Today

posted by Jason Boyett

I had a whole lot of visitors to this blog on Wednesday thanks to the Jesus art, and a really committed blogger would post something really great today to build on that traffic spike, but I just can’t do it. […]

QOD: What Podcasts Do You Download?

posted by Jason Boyett

Two of the questions I’ve been asked multiple times are: 1) why don’t you have a podcast? and 2) what podcasts do you listen to? To answer #1: I’ve got enough going on already. Don’t have time to plan, record, […]

Longing for a Prosthetic Finger Drive

posted by Jason Boyett

The Telegraph reported a fascinating story yesterday about a computer programmer in London who lost a finger in a motorcycle accident. No big news there. I know all kinds of computer programmers who’ve lost fingers in motorcycle accidents. Don’t we […]

What Do I Have on My Bookcase?

posted by Jason Boyett

I moved out of one office and into another a couple of weeks ago, so I’ve had to rearrange my work environment. It’s important for writerly/creative types like myself to have a suitable atmosphere for being writerly and/or creative. Or […]

Did You Know? (Vol. 2)

posted by Jason Boyett

Remember when I did a brain-dump of interesting facts and I went on and on about it being educational and entertaining and a fun series that I would do occasionally? Of course you don’t remember. I couldn’t even remember. I […]

Funny Words and Suggested Usage

posted by Jason Boyett

A few days back, I clicked on a Google ad somewhere linking to a book called The 100 Funniest Words in English, by Robert Beard. The book’s website listed those funny words (but without definition) and I agreed that most […]

Jack Bauer Will Rip Your Pants Out

posted by Jason Boyett

A person could take this pants thing too far. Really, really far, and then it would get annoying. So this is the last time, I promise. What if you took a single word in, for instance, one of those really […]

Jonathan Edwards and the Fiery Pants of Death

posted by Jason Boyett

I’m on a Jonathan Edwards kick, and I won’t apologize. Last week, we compared some of his sermon phrases to death metal lyrics. This week, we’re replacing certain words from “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” (1741) with […]

I Find Your Lack of Pants Disturbing

posted by Jason Boyett

Last week, Kottke.org pointed to a brilliant list of lines from Star Wars that could be made vastly more interesting by replacing a single word with “pants.” That list gave me great joy, so I’ll share a few of my […]

Answers: Jonathan Edwards or Death Metal?

posted by Jason Boyett

Yesterday’s quiz was an exceedingly tricky one, I’ll admit. I even got confused a time or two and had to go back and check my notes and/or Google. Anyway, here are the answers, along with additional information or context. Jonathan […]

Jonathan Edwards or Death Metal?

posted by Jason Boyett

Like any good Christian and/or student of American Literature, I’ve always been both fascinated and slightly appalled at the great Puritan theologian Jonathan Edwards. On one hand, he was (and remains) profoundly influential on western theology, especially the more Calvinistic […]

Giving In to the 25 Things Facebook Meme

posted by Jason Boyett

For several years, it seems — OK, really just a month or so — I’ve been resisting the “25 Random Things About Me” thing on Facebook, though I’ve been tagged a bunch of times. I don’t like doing much on […]

Rejected Blog Posts: Multiverses

posted by Jason Boyett

So here’s how I roll. Every once in awhile I’ll just be browsing ye olde Internets and I’ll see a story or a blog post or a website and think to myself, “Hmmm, self. That might make some interesting fodder […]

Did You Know? (Vol. 1)

posted by Jason Boyett

Introducing a new occasional series here. It’s called “Did You Know?” It’s a brain-dump of things I know which you may not know. My dream is for it to be educational, fun, and entertaining all at the same time. My […]

9 Products I Love

posted by Jason Boyett

I’ve been thinking recently about consumerism and simplicity and the economy and my spending habits (as have, probably, a whole lot of people). I’m not much of a brand-conscious kind of guy — if anything, my loyalty is more often […]

An Abundance of Caution

posted by Jason Boyett

Last night, new U.S. President Barack Obama retook the oath of office after he and Chief Justice Roberts botched it at the inauguration. Their reason for doing so? According to a written statement from White House Counsel Greg Craig, it […]

Collide Promotion and Other Thoughts

posted by Jason Boyett

A couple of days ago I linked to an article I wrote for Collide Magazine, an excellent and growing publication about the collision of religion and media. I think Collide is doing a lot of things right. It’s well-designed, it’s […]

13 Possibly Surprising Things I Have Never Done

posted by Jason Boyett

It occurred to me last night, with the much-hyped premiere of another season of “American Idol,” that I still have never watched a full episode of it. I’ve seen a couple of clips, of course, and I caught part of […]

Resolutions for 2009

posted by Jason Boyett

There are two kinds of people in the world: those who divide people into arbitrary categories and those who don’t. Wait, that’s not how I intended to start this. Let me try again. There are two kinds of people in […]

Ovid, Tattoos, CrossFit, Snow Cave

posted by Jason Boyett

I’m back. I’ve missed you, blog. I’ve missed you, too, blog readers. But as the great Roman poet Ovid once wrote, “What is without periods of rest will not endure.” Random fact related to Ovid #1: Ovid is generally ranked […]

Kool Moe Dee: Facebook Status-Updating Genius

posted by Jason Boyett

As an early Christmas gift for you, I am providing you a gift most of you will be able to use many times over the next year. As a Facebook user, I know how difficult it is to come up […]

Linksellaneous, Including Baby Hippos

posted by Jason Boyett

I scour the Interwebs for mind-blowing, helpful, and/or inspiring content so you don’t have to. I consider this a public service. Other people consider this “screwing around looking at websites.” Call it what you will. May the following information entertain […]

Click for Charity Roundup

posted by Jason Boyett

Save the world, one click at a time: I just finished up writing a short magazine article about click-for-charity sites. Many of you are probably aware of these online destinations, but I thought I’d do my good deed for the […]

iPhone Apps I’d Like to See

posted by Jason Boyett

The other day a friend of mine was showing off the fact that he had that cool iPhone application, Shazam, that appears in the commercial…you know, the one where you can hold it up to any song that’s playing and […]

13 Confessions and a Really Vain Bonus

posted by Jason Boyett

My friend and blogging superstar Bryan had a great idea for a blog post — the “confession booth” — so I’m gonna flat-out steal it from him and do the exact same thing. Only I hope our list will be […]

Resolution Check-Up

posted by Jason Boyett

Last January, I decided to post my New Year’s Resolutions here at the blog. That may or may not have been a good idea, but in the spirit of honesty and self-promotion and too much information — which is what […]

My Big List of Self-Absorption

posted by Jason Boyett

There are five things I want you to know about today. They are as follows: 1. I have succumbed to the siren call of Twitter. If you tweet, you can find me at twitter.com/jasonboyett. I would come right out and […]

The Five Rules of Karaoke

posted by Jason Boyett

One of the things we enjoyed most on our cruise a few weeks ago were the late-night karaoke sessions. I semi-rocked a version of “Man of Constant Sorrows” (from the film O Brother, Where Art Thou) on the first night […]

The What List

posted by Jason Boyett

Happy Monday. I’ve done something like this before, but I figured it would be a good time to run with it again. What I’m doing right now: Biding time while compressing a video in iMovie. Day job stuff. What I […]

President-Elect Obama

posted by Jason Boyett

Whether or not you like Obama’s politics, or whether or not you think he’s a socialist or a godless liberal, or whether or not you suspect he may be a deep-cover Muslim renegade out to destroy the very fabric of […]

Afterlife Preview: The Death Deity

posted by Jason Boyett

It’s time for another sneak preview of Pocket Guide to the Afterlife, which releases next year from Jossey-Bass (along with Pocket Guide to Sainthood and a repackaged Pocket Guide to the Bible). The following is one of the lists from […]

A Rant: Christian Parody Shirts

posted by Jason Boyett

Yesterday I immersed myself in the bizarre world of Christian parody t-shirts. You know the game: 1) take a well-known, mainstream, corporate logo… 2) tweak it by somehow changing the words so it’s about Jesus…and 3) sell it to well-meaning […]

14 Reasons I Like Obama (Part 2)

posted by Jason Boyett

Here’s Part 2 of my 14 reasons why I’m voting for Obama in November. You can scroll down to read Reasons 1-7. #8: Obama recognizes that the key to reducing abortions isn’t to repeal Roe v. Wade, but to work […]

14 Reasons I Like Obama (Part 1)

posted by Jason Boyett

This will likely be a controversial post — at least among my closest friends and family, most of whom are Republicans and McCain supporters — but it’s time for me to come entirely out of the closet as a supporter […]

7 Ill-Advised Overgeneralizations about Americans

posted by Jason Boyett

Got back last night from a trip to San Antonio, Texas, with my family. We hit Sea World on Friday and Six Flags-Fiesta Texas on Saturday. Based on these two experiences, I have made the following stereotypical generalizations about people […]

Miscellaneousness

posted by Jason Boyett

There are three things I am loving today, and they are as follows: 1. MacGyver. Farhad Manjoo — former “Machinist” columnist at Salon who just recently joined the team at Slate — writes about the equal doses of brilliance and […]

Listy, Afterlife-Related Goodness

posted by Jason Boyett

Anyone up for some advance, listy content from Pocket Guide to the Afterlife (one of three Pocket Guides to release next summer)? More than any of the other Pocket Guides I’ve written, this one — about heaven and hell and […]

Biting the Facebook Bullet

posted by Jason Boyett

So I’m on Facebook now. I’ve been putting it off for a long time. I registered for MySpace back when Facebook was still open only to college students and everyone was on MySpace. I did it mainly to promote my […]

Freelance Writing Is Not Glamorous

posted by Jason Boyett

Just in case any of you are aspiring to the life of freelance writing because you think it’s a totally glam occupation full of interesting projects, here’s a list of some of the topics I’ve gotten paid to write about […]

Things I Might Blog About Today

posted by Jason Boyett

I can’t decide what to post today. When indecisive, it helps to make a list. 1. Stopforwarding.us is a helpful website if people keep sending you dubious forwards, unhelpful urban legends, unwanted photos, or letters about how the long-dead Madilyn […]

New Obama Rumors

posted by Jason Boyett

I don’t usually just copy and paste, but these are too good to pass up. Here, courtesy of Christopher Beam at Slate, are 13 rumors the Obama campaign should start disseminating to email forwarders everywhere: There are many things people […]

My Literary Earworms

posted by Jason Boyett

Any lover of books and stories has certain lines that stick with them — phrases and sentences that, for whatever reason, embed themselves in your consciousness like a literary earworm. (An earworm is a snippet of a song that gets […]

Sweet Saintly Nomenclature! (Sainthood Preview)

posted by Jason Boyett

Just uploading a little bonus content from Pocket Guide to Sainthood, because I’ve just learned that users of the Internets prefer short paragraphs, bold type, lots of links, and lists. Lots and lots of lists. So this comes from Ch. […]

Hell’s Most Wanted: A Critique

posted by Jason Boyett

I posted this already at Prayers for Blowouts — where I’m now an official contributor — but I’m slapping it up here, too, in case you didn’t see it. As I see it, there are several problems with this banner. […]

The Now List

posted by Jason Boyett

Here’s a fun list that came right off the top of my head. Seriously. I was just riding my bike to work and a sheet of paper fell out of a tree as I whooshed by and it landed on […]

Contest: Fake Band Shirts

posted by Jason Boyett

Here’s a question I get from time to time: What’s the deal with your “fake band shirts” thing? I’ll tell you what the deal is: The deal is that fake band shirts are awesome, and everyone needs an awesome shirt. […]

Three Things That Make Me Smile Today

posted by Jason Boyett

Sad? Discouraged? Depressed? Here are three things to cheer you up: 1. It is now OK for Christians to believe in aliens. This according to the Rev. Jose Gabriel Funes, a Jesuit who directs the Vatican Observatory (who knew the […]

25 Ways to Tell If You’re a Dork

posted by Jason Boyett

People like lists. I’m a blogger of the people. So here you go… 25 Ways to Tell If You’re a Dork 1. You find yourself silently inserting the phrase “…weeeeeeth a herring!” at the end of any command beginning with […]

I Am SO White

posted by Jason Boyett

I was just introduced to a young but already popular blog, thanks to a tip from my brother. It’s called Stuff White People Like, and it’s either a brilliantly funny model of satire or it’s borderline racist (depending on how […]

The End of the Strike

posted by Jason Boyett

I’ve been keeping up with the Writer’s Guild strike fairly closely over the last three months, primarily because 1) I’m a writer, though I’m not in the guild, and 2) because I seriously wanted to know when I would get […]

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Farewell, O Me of Little Faith
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My Introvert Interview
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Harold Camping: "Invisible Judgment Day"
When the rapture didn't occur as predicted on May 21, 2011, Harold Camping had a few options. Here is how he could have responded to the failed prediction, in descending levels of crazy: 1. He could announce that he was wrong. This is the most reasonable option and was therefore unexpected. I wou

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The Phases of Writing (Adam McHugh)
If you've ever felt out of place among all the exciting, expressive, emotional enthusiasm of a contemporary church service...or an evangelist's demands that you need to constantly be sharing your faith boldly to strangers...if it simply wipes you out to be surrounded by people all the time,  then y

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