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  • Better Than Bananas

    Better Than Bananas

    Written on the heartYears ago, I heard a sermon on building the church entitled ‘building with bananas’. The preacher’s contention was that building the church... Read more

    The 04 July 2016 by   Richardl
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  • Joban Vampires

    Joban Vampires

    The first vampire novel I ever read, I remember correctly, was one of the Dark Shadows series written by Marilyn Ross. I don’t recall which one, since I had to... Read more

    The 09 July 2016 by   Steveawiggins
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  • The Magic of a Picnic

    Magic Picnic

    When our children were small, and our bank accounts smaller, we would look at each other, laugh, and say "At least we can picnic!" And picnic we did. On lawns... Read more

    The 20 July 2016 by   Marilyngardner5
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  • Buying Intangibles

    Buying Intangibles

    Perhaps it seems that I’m writing quite a bit about music these days. Being a theoretical and practical failure in the practice of music, it may seem... Read more

    The 07 July 2016 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Equal Frights

    Equal Frights

    Working in Midtown Manhattan, it’s rare for a week to go by without passing through a street that’s set up for a film or television shoot. Read more

    The 24 July 2016 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Popular Eternity

    Popular Eternity

    Popular culture, it seems to me, mediates reality. The media of various descriptions teach us what to think, and even if there is a religiously “orthodox” answe... Read more

    The 01 July 2016 by   Steveawiggins
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  • On Belonging

    Belonging

    Recently I watched a group of younger colleagues. They seemed do at home with each other, so comfortable. Like pieces in a puzzle, they all fit. There was... Read more

    The 28 July 2016 by   Marilyngardner5
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  • Monkey Puzzle

    Monkey Puzzle

    One of the unexpected consequences of Christian theology is the ongoing insistence in science that human beings are qualitatively different from other animals. Read more

    The 25 July 2016 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Jesus Fits

    Jesus Fits

    Years ago, if I had a need Then I would put it first And everything was secondary Until I quenched my thirst The latest Hi Fi, CD, etc Was bought without a... Read more

    The 01 July 2016 by   Mike Bullock
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  • White Catholics, White "Liberal" Churchgoers, and Racism: Three Discussions Hot...

    White Catholics, "Liberal" Churchgoers, Racism: Three Discussions Presses Light Trump

    Three passages from my reading in the past day that speak quite directly to questions I have raised repeatedly in the last several days here:First, Michael... Read more

    The 28 July 2016 by   William Lindsey
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