Monthly Archives: September 2005

Scaring the Hell Out of Them

I guess it is that time of year. I just received one of several mailers for local “Hell Houses.” I’m not sure if this is a phenomenon outside of what used to be the “Bible Belt,” but for those not … Continue reading

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Jesus

I’m reading through The Shaping of Things to Come, Michael Frost and Alan Hirsch, and had to stop a while on this quote: His love of live was infectious. His form of holiness was not the alienating form so often … Continue reading

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Uniting Church Thinking Missionally

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On Sodom and Gomorrah

I keep hearing references to NO and other cities–I guess now it will be Port Arthur–being recipients of God’s judgment due to Sodom and Gomorroah-like ways of life. This article from Jim Evans, courtesy of Ethics Daily, gives a closer … Continue reading

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100 Minute Bible

Think of the time I will save preaching through the Bible in a year. Speedy but spiritual: British cleric unveils ‘100-Minute Bible’ – Yahoo! News

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God and Hurricanes

I was driving home from work today and decided to listen in on Christian talk radio. When I tuned it, he host and callers were discussing the topic of whether or not the hurricane that hit New Orleans was sent … Continue reading

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Ready for Fall

This heat has been unbearable and oppressive; feels like mid August!

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