Monthly Archives: May 2006

Power and emptiness

Western civilization began to worship power when it began to doubt significance. The reason Lewis, Chesterton, Williams, Tolkien, and Thomas Howard fascinate us so much is that they still live in the medieval world, a world chocked-full of the built-in, … Continue reading

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King of the Hill

Some funny satire. “Day by Day…” Isn’t leaving your church over pews kind of old school, though?

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Lawn and Garden time

The Lord God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to work it and keep it. -Gen 2:15 Miscellaneous things in the garage that I return to time and again: Worktunes. Cordless listening while mowing. Brawny … Continue reading

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Shoplifting, pro and con

We see more and more articles on debating women’s ordination, even from evangelical churches. The idea is that it’s not a key issue, so all the he and shes out there can lovingly disagree. Since Christ ascended into heaven, the … Continue reading

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More from Dan Brown

While it is my belief that some of the theories discussed by these characters may have merit, each individual reader must explore these characters’ viewpoints and come to his or her own interpretations. -Dan Brown on his FAQ. What is … Continue reading

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Dan Brown’s Sweet Mystery of Life

At the heart of liberty is the right to define one’s own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life. -Anthony Kennedy from a 1992 ruling Some of you may recall that piece … Continue reading

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What’s up with Ernie Johnson’s face?

More important is Ernie Johnson’s faith.

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A modern-day Madame LaFarge

The sinner hates God, disobeys God, is ungrateful to God for all His favors, would kill God if he could. He is dead in trespasses and sins. (Eph.2:1) -John Gerstner Professor Sally A. Jacobsen, former head of the Northern Kentucky … Continue reading

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Filtering / accountability software update

I finally have removed Integrity Online Shield and X3Watch from my main machine. The impetus was some ongoing, occasional situations in Firefox where pages would not load properly; I’m not sure if either package caused it, but it has not … Continue reading

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