Monthly Archives: February 2014

Tequological Difficulties.

Macs are like Miatas in that they don’t ever tend to break, but when they do, they don’t really mess around. I’ll try to keep updating, but please be patient while I get stuff worked out. Not sure what’s going … Continue reading

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When Christians Do the Right Things for the Wrong Reasons.

I’ve written before about Christians I think who are kinda getting that whole “love your neighbor” thing right, and I like hearing about them just like I enjoy hearing about anybody doing good in the world. When I heard about … Continue reading

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Forsaking Disbelief, or Not.

You don’t often see Christians talking about their terror of Hell in their out-loud voices. Usually they at least try to make Christianity sound like a voluntary decision they made out of sheer love for their Savior and Messiah, and … Continue reading

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Self-Love is Love Too.

To wrap up Love Week, I want to talk about some of the biggest taboos in Christianity: porn consumption and masturbation. I did not masturbate as a Christian. I can’t even claim it was because I was such a true-blue … Continue reading

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High and Low.

Just a quick little note about creationism again, because I saw a link you folks would probably dig. We’ve talked here before about “high and low” Christianity–this idea that there is a “high Christianity” full of high-end theology and education, … Continue reading

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We’re All In This Thing Together.

Well, I officially have a diabetic cat now. He is about 12 years old, and he is huge and very affectionate and not terribly bright, this cat, and as white and pink as any 80s lithographed fantasy cat. And a … Continue reading

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The Love Narrative.

Our journey into both love and that happy land of “books you really should have read by now and if not, then you need to get to it” continues today with The Last Unicorn, by Peter S. Beagle. You probably … Continue reading

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