Daily Archives: June 10, 2012

Three Debates in the Week of Mutuality

I’ve been following Rachel Held Evans’ Week of Mutuality, which is about Christian egalitarianism.  I’ve learned more about at least three debates.  In this post, I’ll talk about what I learned about these debates on Rachel’s blog. 1.  The first … Continue reading

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Worshiping a Benevolent (Yet Scary) God

At church this morning, the pastor talked about how heaven will be a place where multitudes of people praise and worship God.  I’m not sure to what extent I identify with this.  I know that I have good memories of … Continue reading

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Spiritual Insights from Six Feet Under

I’ve been watching the first season of Six Feet Under.  I like it so far because of the stories, and also because I like Michael C. Hall (who later starred on Dexter), Rachel Griffiths (who later was on Brothers and … Continue reading

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Rick Perry’s Fed Up 5

I’m continuing my way through Rick Perry’s Fed Up! Our Fight to Save America from Washington.  In my latest reading, Perry criticizes President Barack Obama’s defense and counter-intelligence policies.  I really don’t know enough about President Obama’s policies on this … Continue reading

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