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Monthly Archives: October 2018
This past Sunday’s classic Peanuts strip had a nice twist for the ongoing saga of the Great Pumpkin. Makes you wonder if pastors and youth workers passed this strip around “back in the day.” It’s always interesting to me when Schulz … Continue reading
I think Caulfield is onto something in today’s Frazz comic strip. Granted, most of us feel like Frazz most of the time. But there is a sense that fall and winter get an unnecessarily bad rap. It’s also a beautifully … Continue reading
A wonderful presentation of a classic song for the long road.
There were two scenes in last week’s episode of The Good Place that were both hilarious and pertinent to some of the things that I cover in my upper level classes. The first was “Jeremy Bearimy,” which NBC released as … Continue reading
The folks at FOX just released a new trailer for the January-dropping, small-screen rendition of Justin Cronin’s The Passage. The big question in my head, as a fan of the trilogy, is how in the world they can translate the … Continue reading
I don’t remember how I found the works of Eugene Peterson, but I’m glad I did. Peterson joined Tozer, Bonhoeffer, and Buechner in what I would call the first reading trajectory that took me beyond what was popular at the … Continue reading