Monthly Archives: October 2012

Hurricanes, God, and Idiot Preachers

The question pops up every time a tragedy happens.  It arises when bridges collapse and when hurricanes strike.  We ask it when tragic car accidents claim loved ones, when terrorists blow up the innocent, and when cancer strikes. Where is … Continue reading

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College Football and the Offense of the Cross

I’m a rabid college football fan.  My life is marked by my undying (and sometimes irrational) allegiance to the Alabama Crimson Tide.  My love for my favorite team precludes me from cheering for anything or anyone related to Auburn, Tennessee, … Continue reading

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Welcome, friends!

For those of you who are new to the internet community, a “blog” is a sort of on-line site for journaling. In our day and age of cyber communications, “blogging” has become the therapeutic outlet for many would-be writers (myself … Continue reading

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Finding Wisdom in an age of Folly

I had a unique opportunity this week.  I spent time with a group of senior adults chaperoning a field trip.  Yes, chaperoning is the correct term to use here.  This bunch is a bit wild and crazy . . . … Continue reading

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