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  • Being Sheepish

    Being Sheepish

    Being among the animals at the fair, you begin to notice things that are foreign to those of us with exposure only to the house-pet variety of fellow creatures. Read more

    The 18 August 2015 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Quote for Day on the Sincerely Held Belief of Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis That...

    Quote Sincerely Held Belief Kentucky Clerk Davis That Same-Sex Marriage Undermines Sanctity First, Second, Third, Fourth

    I like this response by ChristianLove to Mike Wynn's recent article at Religion News Service about Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk Kim Davis's continued defiance... Read more

    The 16 August 2015 by   William Lindsey
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  • More Blooms (or Weeds?) from My Garden: Catholic Mexico Has Marriage Equality,...

    More Blooms Weeds?) from Garden: Catholic Mexico Marriage Equality, "Progressive" Australia Doesn't What Gives?; Huge Overlap Between Men's Rights Movement Libertarian Atheist Movements?

    I keep plucking blooms (Or are they weeds? It's often hard to distinguish) from my garden, and want to offer you a few more today as a little nosegay:1. Oscar... Read more

    The 20 August 2015 by   William Lindsey
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  • Book Review: As Long As The Candle Burns

    Book Review: Long Candle Burns

    NOTE: I was not paid to review this book. It is an unbiased and objective review. If you have a book with Jewish or Israel related content and would like me to... Read more

    The 25 August 2015 by   Gldmeier
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  • Go Down, Moses

    Down, Moses

    For a time, I tried to write down family tradition. My family was somewhat unusual in that regard. Family saying came generally from my maternal... Read more

    The 15 August 2015 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Monumental Time

    Monumental Time

    One of my nieces works on the 10,000-year clock (aka Clock of the Long Now). I’ve written about the project before—the object is to build a clock that will run ... Read more

    The 26 August 2015 by   Steveawiggins
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  • A Resource to Recommend: Ruth Krall on How to Smell a Rape-Prone Campus

    Resource Recommend: Ruth Krall Smell Rape-Prone Campus

    Here's a very valuable resource I'd like to share with you, which Ruth Krall has just uploaded to the "Tools" section of her Enduring Space blog site: "How to... Read more

    The 17 August 2015 by   William Lindsey
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  • The Fall

    Fall

    “Herr, es ist Zeit. Der Sommer war sehr gross,” go the opening words of Rainer Maria Rilke’s 1902 poem, “Herbsttag.” Autumn day. “Lord,” one might feebly... Read more

    The 28 August 2015 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Katrina: The Obligation to Remember — "Hurricane Katrina Exposed Our Nation's...

    Katrina: Obligation Remember "Hurricane Katrina Exposed Nation's Amazing Tolerance Black Pain" (Jamelle Bouie)

    Rebecca Solnit on why we need to get what happened in New Orleans with Hurricane Katrina right: Five years later we’re still coming to terms with what happened... Read more

    The 24 August 2015 by   William Lindsey
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  • Baptism and the Ring: a Parable

    Baptism Ring: Parable

    When a person is baptised, whether as an infant or an adult, it is as if God gives to them a ring. It is a ring which tells me that God loves me and that I... Read more

    The 22 August 2015 by   Malcolmdrogers
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