Archive for June 2009

Rejecting the American way of life

Posted 16 June 2009 by
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What if Twitter had existed in 2004? Would the general election problems in Ohio had happened? There is another way to look at this situation. Did we have any serious problems in the general election in 2008 that swayed the results? Don’t confuse reporting and journalism with organizing and dissemination of information. They are different. [...]

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God in Trinity and Trinity in Unity

Posted 7 June 2009 by
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The creative interplay of words in this word map of the Athanasian Creed gives me something to think about God while hopefully without falling off into modalism or some other form of mis-understanding the Trinity.

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Urban Dictionary definition of Pope Benedict XVI

Posted 3 June 2009 by
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The on-line Urban Dictionary is not for someone sheltered and prudish wanting to stay that way. I use the Urban Dictionary to close the inevitable generation gap. With the exception of the word “cool,” words constantly gain new connotations and uses. The interwebs has made these changes faster than it did when you had to [...]

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So, how many sermons are going to deal with this text?

Posted 2 June 2009 by
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On Sunday, June 28, 2009, we hit a bump in the road in the Revised Common Lectionary. At least it will be a bump in the road for people who pay attention to the reading from the Hebrew Scriptures for this day, 2 Samuel 1:1, 17-27. Read a commentary about the propers for this Sunday. [...]

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