Posts Tagged Christianity

The manger and the myth

Posted 11 December 2010 by
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Nativity Icon

On Weekend Edition Saturday on December 11, 2010, there was a story about views about the Nativity of Jesus Christ on opposite sides of the Lincoln Tunnel. Atheists, on the New Jersey side, said “You know it’s a myth.” Roman Catholics, on the New York side, said “You know it’s real.” To both sides, I have an answer for you.


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I arise today through the strength of Heaven: Earth Day 2010

Posted 15 April 2010 by
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The Deer's Cry (Lorica) of St. Patrick

I find some of my environmental stewardship inspiration from one of the verses of the Lorica of Saint Patrick. A lorica is a monastic prayer said for protection. It is interesting where Patrick finds some of that protection.

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Avatar and demons

Posted 23 March 2010 by
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James Cameron's "Avatar"

Has Mark Driscoll ever read the Space Trilogy by C. S. Lewis? Has Mark Driscoll ever studied anything about Celtic Christianity? I can think of something that is demonic, though.

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Your point is?

Posted 12 March 2010 by
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Jonathan Daniels, Martyr

On Facebook, I posted a link to “Take Action: Tell Glenn Beck: I’m a Social Justice Christian” on the Sojourner’s website. I introduced the link with these words, “Instead of being LDS, sometimes I think Glenn Beck is on LSD.” I was surprised to find a response from a college friend. If I remember correctly, [...]

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