Category Archives: Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday: The Gospel Truth

Read from the beginning… We are all of us the preacher too, in one sense, and we would all do well to reacquaint ourselves with the silence that is, the silence that speaks into the silence that isn’t. One way we … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: Engage, Maverick! (The Parent Edition)

Recently a colleague put this piece about the importance of Margaret Atwood and the connections to the Christian narrative in her work (despite Atwood’s expressed efforts to eschew herself from the Christian narrative). A while back, I helped an involved … Continue reading

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Sould Christians Respect Obama?

Originally posted on speak what we feel:
The email below titled, “Should Christians Respect Obama?” was forwarded to me. Perhaps you’ve seen it too. (I have formatted the spacing to fit below; however, all emphases–bolds, italics, exclamation marks, words in…

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Flashback Friday: Emergents, Evangelicals, and Other Labels

I came across this today: A Lost Parable: “The Sugar of the Earth” and it reminded me of this: “The Pharisee and the Publican” The Pharisee stood and was praying to himself: “God, I thank you that I am not … Continue reading

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