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A reader named Charlie wrote with his thoughts about my last post, “The Age of Slumber:” Good post. I’ve been reading an even more eloquent version of the same ideas from Timothy Keller called Reason for God.
“As for me and my house, we sill serve the LORD.” — (Josh. 24:15) Unlike so many religious people in our society, I am honestly not afraid of anything that challenges my faith. Such challenges will do one of two things:
I was at work last night when I committed a great breach of decorum. I told a co-worker, “God bless you!” Another co-worker was nearby and repeated my statement derisively. “God bless you?” she said, shaking her head. (She is … Continue reading
I was already so drenched that the rain didn’t really matter anymore. Nevertheless, I was pedaling my bicycle full-bore to get to shelter, causing fat drops of rain to hit my face like bullets coming out of a machine gun.
Skids Grofsky was visibly upset. He had driven straight to my house from work to discuss a volatile situation that had developed there. Because I hold a partial stake in the company he works for, I speak regularly with the … Continue reading
I realize the White House has always enjoyed the added leverage of its “Bully Pulpit,” but when did it assume authority over the US Supreme Court? Nevertheless, the Obama Administration has “urged” the high Court to do its bidding in … Continue reading
“Between us and heaven or hell there is only life, which is the frailest thing in the world.” –Blaise Pascal, Pensees It was just one flake in a blizzard of More Bad News on MSN.com. Police in Illinois