Monthly Archives: April 2007

Robert Webber, R.I.P.

I think I’ve read most everything Webber had written and was enriched by his thoughts on worship, especially in helping me understand how contemporary forms of worship should relate to and flow from worship from the past.  Part of his … Continue reading

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Learning about Obama

I’m away for a staff retreat at this beautiful place.  I saw this article this morning about Barak Obama’s faith story.  Much has been said about the popularity of Obama, though we don’t know much about him.  There is still … Continue reading

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Two Sweet Blogging Tools

I’m a huge fan of Mozilla Firefox, using it as my browser for well over a year now.  One reason is the cool tools they provide.  Here are two I just added that I can’t say enough good things about: … Continue reading

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Is God in Your Head?

Perhaps you’ve been hearing about the “God Gene” and the discussion among some scientists about “neurotheology,” a new study of spirituality and the human brain.  The question comes down to whether or not God exists in our brains or if … Continue reading

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Emerging generations pushing for social change

Evangelicals Push For Social Change – City Thanks to Baptists Today for the link.  This is another reminder of how younger generations are ready to make a radical difference.  They aren’t happy hearing you talk about your faith; they want … Continue reading

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Vegetarian BBQ

Making it work!  Actually, these turned out great.  The tofu dogs will not be attempted again.

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Reason 6

Reason 6 is that it is good for the environment to eat less meat.  I write this close to Earth Day, a day set aside to consider the need to take better care of our world.  I have never really … Continue reading

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