Language presents some interesting conundrums. “Conundrum” – a paradoxical, insoluable, or difficult problem; a dilemma.” We play games with language. “What did you mean by that?” expresses -an interogative question to clarify a statment. Arguments often stem from the collision of one’s world of language with that of another. … Continue readingRead More
The article I am investigating came in the form of an editorial on impending action to be taken by the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee. People need to have as much information as they can before making a decision. Great advice for churches – both leadership and members alike. … Continue readingRead More
I wrote this a couple of weeks ago after finishing, Mudhouse Sabbath.
January 19 –
Just finished reading “Mudhouse Sabbath” by Lauren Winner. She takes a number of Jewish practices and considers ways they might enhance the practice of Christianity.
Several selections gain my attention. The chapter on … Continue readingRead More