Author Archives: awtraughber

Actively Waiting (cultural liturgies again)

We’re less than a month away from the release of the third and final volume of James K. A. Smith’s “Cultural Liturgies” series.  That series, which started back in 2009, was formative in how I started thinking about worldview and … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Better Learning through Time Travel

Lots of schoolwork humor in the funny pages today.  Here’s this week’s new FoxTrot by Bill Amend.  An interesting take on what to expect in physics class matched with the dream of traveling through time, for sure.  Hints of Bostrom’s … Continue reading

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Many Speed Force Returns

This week saw the return of super-heroes to the CW.  And while ratings were down for three of the four DC Comics shows (Legends was steady with last year), The Flash shows some real potential to move forward this season. … Continue reading

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The Other Justice League

We’re just a few weeks away from the release of the new Justice League movie from Warner Brothers and DC.  And while I’m excited about the prospects, I’m often reminded of the other Justice League, the one from the late 80s … Continue reading

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Almost All Together Now

I’ve been staying away from movie trailers for the last few days (travel being a good excuse).  I finally sat down to watch the final trailer for the upcoming Justice League movie.  Looks like they’re doing their best to lighten … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: How Long, O Lord?

In light of my recent travels, I’m a little behind on my comics reading.  I’m a little behind on all of my reading, really.  But this classic Peanuts strip (reprinted this past Sunday) is too good not to share. “All … Continue reading

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Busywork All Around

Some might be out because of fall break now, but the learning can’t help but continue.  Here’s Caulfield with something to say about meaningless work. (Frazz comic from gocomics.com)

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