Month: January 2012

“Code Language” – Powers Behaving Badly

Conservative. Liberal. Something of a surprise revelation and an accompanying observation was made Sunday as a group of leaders gathered to discuss Tim Keller‘s, Generous Justice, at Snow Hill. Yes, I know. Yesterday I mentioned my friends reading Jacob Taubes and today I note a group where … Continue reading

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The Electio-pacalypse Or, We Need the End of the World As We Know It

Politics and Religion – oil and water? I don’t think so. Just listen. No matter your particular politico-persuasion the end of the world seems to loom at sundown on National Election Day come this November. Pay no attention to the preachers. Listen to the politicians and pundits.

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More Than Reading Jesus . . . Martin Luther King Jr.

Yesterday Natalie Tweeted –

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I wonder how many white evangelical churches this a.m. made a peep about MLK Jr.?

I was five years old when Dr. Marin Luther King. Jr was killed. My kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Booker, was black. I did not know she was black.

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Friday Photo – Looking At You (Max) and Looking Ahead (Cohen)

What did grandparents do before camera phones? I am glad we don’t have to find out. Yesterday Tommie sent a photo of Max. I would have preferred to take the picture myself which would mean I would have been there to compete with Grammy for some Max time. There … Continue reading

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Max’s First Photo Shoot and Cuz Looks On Smiling


Max Nolen spent the morning at his first photo shoot. His cousin Cohen Alan made a cameo.… Continue reading

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