Daily Archives: September 18, 2010

Drawing Yom Kippur to a Close…

The Day of Atonement is drawing to a close.  This year, I’ve drawn lessons on it from a variety of sources: my weekly quiet time on II Kings 24, Harold Kushner’s Who Needs God?, Miroslav Volf’s Against the Tide, Henri … Continue reading

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Star Trek Voyager: Living Witness

This is one of my favorite Star Trek Voyager episodes. It’s entitled “Living Witness”, and it’s about how history can function as an ideological narrative that impacts the present. I may show this to students if I ever become a … Continue reading

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