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  • Truth and Love Claim

    By on October 28, 2009

    We sometimes think doing the right thing means life is going to go well. It doesn’t mean that, in...

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  • Dumb and Wrong

    By on October 27, 2009

    There’s a difference. When we forget the directions, lose our keys, or wear mismatched socks, it’s dumb. When we...

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  • Procrastination

    By on October 23, 2009

    Ages ago at Entrepreneur Magazine we had an editor-in-chief who each issue had to write a message for that...

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  • East Beats West

    By on October 21, 2009

    By this evening, the Dodgers may be done. Stick a fork in them, as the kids, somewhere, may still...

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  • Four Thoughts on Forgiveness and Justice

    By on October 6, 2009

    A story of Roman and Romans Ordinarily I wouldn’t write about something like this. There is far too much...

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  • Play Ball!

    By on October 5, 2009

    Remarking on the connection between baseball and faith isn’t new.  This book does it, for instance, as does the...

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  • Q&A — The Kolbrin “Bible”

    By on October 2, 2009

    One in a continuing series of answers to questions from Apologetics.com readers … Question: I recently came across something...

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  • Humility and Happiness

    By on September 30, 2009

    I was reading in Chesterton this morning — in fact, just a few moments ago, which act launched me...

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  • Soup’s On

    By on September 28, 2009

    A couple years ago about this time I was reading in Eugene Peterson’s Living the Resurrection, the section on...

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  • This is Just to Say

    By on September 21, 2009

    We need to read more poetry.  Christians, non-Christians, pre-Christians, post-Christians, post-modern Chrisians, to all a’y’all old-fashioned Pagans out there...

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