Very Interesting Blog post

Of the many perspectives on the issue of gays and lesbians in the modern Christian church, this one is one of the more interesting ones. His perspective is that it's a lot about biblical authority: "the weight of textual evidence said nothing about how those texts should be received – that just because Paul or […]

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Uh oh …

… here comes Rita. Rita was a tropical storm when I last looked, but now, upon entering the Gulf of Mexico, it's become a category 4 hurricane, heading for Texas. I can't wait to find out what those conservative preachers who were so quick to blame Katrina on the "decadence" of New Orleans are going […]

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Taizé

As I was travelling across country, I had heard about Brother Roger, who was stabbed at an evening service in the Taizé community in France. I didn't know much about the community, or the form of worship, but I'm learning more. Blog Category:  Personal Religion

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A confession

You'd never know it, but I'm an online quiz junkie. One blogroll I generally read everyday (and am on) is the linuxchix blogroll. Several people regularly post quizzes they've taken, and the results. I take the quizzes, but never post the results… until now. So here is the completely unsurprising result to a quiz about […]

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Great Site

This is fun, and interesting. Someone printed up a bunch of speech bubble stickers (see below) and put them on posters all over NY – then took pictures of the results. There is humor, political commentary, etc. Here's one example: Blog Category:  Uncategorized

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Donna Brazile

This is a hard one. I hate giving these prizes to liberals. Donna Brazile, who was the African-American lesbian manager of Al Gore's 2000 campaign, wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post today. I can't quite believe it. America Blog's Rob thinks she suffers from Stockholm Syndrome. Whatever. I understand the sentiment – let's all […]

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Sigh

This is bad, really bad. Quick summary: Last summer, the more Artic sea ice melted than has ever melted before. It has gotten past the point of no return – we likely can never put things back the way we found them. Blog Category:  Environment

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