Sorry for this edition of our Weekly Meanderings appearing later than normal. But here it is! Good morning! On a walk recently this juvenile red-tailed…
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The border between fame and celebrity is as undetectable as it is ill-defined, and not all detect or define it the same way. A wit has defined a…
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Brian Blount’s Then the Whisper Put on Flesh was a watershed read for me. The book overtly reads the ethic of the Gospels for what it can do for African…
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A lack of contentment haunts many today. So many some, like Jean Twenge, have concluded we are on the verge of a mental health pandemic. What’s going on…
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The subject of our Tov Book Club selection is Christian nationalism, especially of the white variety, and the book is by two sociologists with skills…
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This week on our newsletter we will dip into discussions about: Christian nationalism: is it simply a “slur” for a term? Self-centric despair taken down…
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Luke 12:32-40 32 Don’t be scared, my little flock, because your Father delighted to give you the Empire. 33 Sell your possessions and give a donation…
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Our local high school’s football field seems occupied each day at various times, though most are ignoring the red tailed hawks atop the light poles…
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In reading a column and then a letter by George Orwell (aka, Eric Blair), it was observed in the column that journalists that work for a government…
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Here’s the basic outline of a history that matters for anyone who wants to read, teach, or preach about the four Gospels. At the turn of the 20th…
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The issue is not whether or not we read digitally or read on digital devices. We have, we do, and we will continue to do so. The issue is what does it…
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The title for this post (and series) sounds like a British pub’s name but it isn’t. It’s the name of a new, important book that will be the featured…
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