Month: September 2007

Fall TV line-up

It’s premiere week for the alphabet networks, and so far I’m not sure what to think. I discovered Heroes at the end of last year, and the season premiere last night, while action-less, promised an interesting season to come. I was very disappointed to… Continue Reading “Fall TV line-up”

Dry Land

I spend a lot of time during my day thinking about God. In fact, most of the time that’s all I do. Think. And I think I’ve managed to substitute thinking about God for communicating with God. I read books about God, blog posts… Continue Reading “Dry Land”

Oh, Ernie

Nebraska State Senator Sues God Over Natural Disasters *Blink* Did I read that right?


Tony Myles over at don’t call me veronica has a great post today. He set aside the last 8 days in order to deepen his connection with God. And he had some surprising results. It’s rare for me to single out an individual blog… Continue Reading “Elsewhere”

Hee. Hee. I Knew It.

Which theologian am I most like? You scored as Karl Barth, The daddy of 20th Century theology. You perceive liberal theology to be a disaster and so you insist that the revelation of Christ, not human experience, should be the starting point for all… Continue Reading “Hee. Hee. I Knew It.”

My Enemies are People Like Me

In the words of Derek Webb, “Peace by way of war is like purity by way of fornication. It’s like telling someone murder is wrong and then showing them by way of execution”. Today I am in a state of both righteous anger and… Continue Reading “My Enemies are People Like Me”

In the News: 40-Day Fast

Liberal religious leaders will begin a 40-day fast this week (Sept. 6) to advocate for legislation that would cancel the debts of the world’s 67 poorest countries. Church Groups Push for Debt Relief Good for them. Notice the religious leaders taking part in this… Continue Reading “In the News: 40-Day Fast”

Something to Laugh About?

Hardly. Note their lack of eye contact with the camera, the flippant attitude and the all-around dismissal of their behavior. It makes me sad.