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What’s our relationship to the world?

March 24, 2009

Hi, folks– Let’s have a Gray’s Theology discussion topic, shall we? So there are lots of good reasons to protect the earth’s ecosystems, not consume as much, not throw away as much, etc. And it’s pretty much a given that we all can do better with those kinds of things and that if we keep […]

Civil Forum

August 19, 2008

First of all, welcome to all the folks who may have heard about us for the first time via Verona Press. Hope you enjoy your visit here, and that you join us on Thursday, 8/28 at Gray’s. All the meetup details are here, and you can use that site to RSVP and let us know […]

What is Spiritual the Sequel, or Rambling Is Back in Style, Kids

May 15, 2007

Hi, everyone. I’m back. There are two basic kinds of posts on this blog. There’s the kind to (hopefully) get you talking and the kind where, wow, apparently I have a lot on my mind. OK, yes, it’s admittedly apparent that I have a lot on my mind even when I’m trying to get you […]

Sources, part 2

April 11, 2007

Sorry for the cyberlull, folks. At least it’s been a lull in official posts. I’ve been enjoying reading your comments (on the last post and others), and reading your blogs (the ones I know about). Hooray for the folks on the blogroll! <tangent> Yeah, so right now the blogroll is somewhat ideologically slanted. Not homogenous, […]


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 […]

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 […]