Monthly Archives: December 2009

Sick Animals = Sick People

Another article about food today. This one explores the relationship between factory-farmed animals and humans in regards to sickness and disease. The writer, Jonathan Safran¬†Foer believes that all the illness and sicknesses people endure are directly linked to the food … Continue reading

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Conditioned to Eat Unhealthy?

I have blogged about food for some time now. But I will today. I read a fascinating article on of all places. I highly recommend reading it. But here’s the gist of it. The journalist attends a Washington Nationals … Continue reading

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Moral Relativity

In my time at Denver Seminary, I have sensed a negative disposition towards postmodernism among some faculty and students. I have also met a number of people in the greater Denver area who seem greatly concerned with postmodernism. Postmodernism, in … Continue reading

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Rob Bell Interview

There was a recent interview in the Boston Globe with Rob Bell, the pastor of Mars Hill Bible Church in Grand Rapids. He has drawn a lot of ire in regards to how he defined evangelical. Give it a read.

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Theological Training

Some of my friends here at seminary have¬†started the job search process for churches next year. I always enjoy listening to their experiences of the process and the surprises of what they encounter. Some are set on working in churches … Continue reading

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