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Archive for March 2007


March 26, 2007

One of the dangers of embarking on a worldview discussion, whether around a table or in the great public halls of cyberspace, is that you are tempted to pretend you know a lot more about what you are talking about than you actually do. I now officially live in paranoid fear that people expect that […]

Next meeting!

March 26, 2007

Hey, the end of the month is approaching, and you know what that means. Gray’s Theology conversation 2 is almost upon us. If you’re in the Madison area, hope to see you there on Thursday, 3/29 at 8pm at Gray’s Tied House. Last month I posted my opening “thoughts to begin a discussion” and my […]

Why Am I Here? Or, If I Wasted My Life, Would I Know It?

March 11, 2007

Like lots of people who feel frustrated about their relative amount of personal productivity, I’ve been reading The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. Like most books I read, I’m reading it in fits and starts, every so often, when I’m interested. It’s a good, common sense book that has equal parts […]


March 9, 2007

Have you seen that movie I Heart Huckabees? I know, it was a while back. In the movie, characters played by Mark Wahlberg and Jason Schwartzman try to figure out the meaning of life. On this quest, they subject themselves to various forms of therapy from some existential detectives. Their prescribed regimen includes using a […]