Monthly Archives: June 2010

War and Murder

Recently, I was listening to a lecture by Duke professor Stanley Hauerwas about a call for Christians to abolish war. It was a very nuanced lecture which was only part 1 of a seriesĀ (and yet, still lasted over 90 minutes). … Continue reading

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Book Review: Christ, Baptism, and the Lord’s Supper

I have not offered you a book review in a while. This book however, may be of interest to only a few of you, but a book I will recommend to you nonetheless. Leonard Vander Zee has written a fabulous … Continue reading

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Technology and Education

The New York Times published an article the other day on the effects of technology on the minds and lives of people. Although most of the information found in the article is not all that surprising, it does raise some … Continue reading

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Needs and Wants

So, this past semester, I started an evening Vespers service at my church. Let’s just say it did not take off in a blaze of fire. We had a handful of people there most weeks with a week or two … Continue reading

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Worship Formation

A year ago last week, I moved to Denver. It’s hard to believe that this much time has passed, but it has. I have been working at a church during this time and it was early in this calendar year … Continue reading

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Fake Chicken

Food scientists continue to amaze me. Apparently, they have recently created a chicken-like substance out of soy. You can read more about it here. Now, vegetarians can continue to enjoy the taste of chicken without having to actually kill chickens. … Continue reading

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