Author Archives: awtraughber
Over the last few days, the folks at the Ringer have been running a “greatest TV character of the century” poll. While I didn’t take part, I was glad to see that Michael Scott from The Office took the top … Continue reading
A song to end the first week of the fourth quarter. It’s a Rich Mullins classic that you don’t hear that often unless you look for it. I love the sense of drive in the song.
It’s been interesting to watch some of the theological reflection that’s been going on by the pastor-theologian branch of things in light of the coronavirus. It is good to have people try and make sense of things. I appreciated Wright’s … Continue reading
I think most of us hope that the tone of this April Fool’s Day will be a little more somber than most over these last few years. We’re still trying to calibrate a sense of what is appropriate and inappropriate … Continue reading
Tonight was the first time in a while that I went out for a walk without an umbrella. We had a beautiful sunset, which was a nice way to wrap things up before classes start. The rest of the day … Continue reading
TIME Magazine recently published a short piece by N. T. Wright about Our Current Moment. The title says it so well: Christianity Offers No Answers About the Coronavirus. It’s Not Supposed To. “That’s not supposed to be true,” you might … Continue reading