Monthly Archives: October 2007

Zoe’s Ark

On the eve of my daughter’s high school career, she waded into the waters of social activism spearheading a local concert on behalf of Darfur. As her roadee, I was given a crash course in the horror of war and … Continue reading

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Blackwater USA – Take 3

Blackwater – Take 3 When my friend accused me of becoming a Republican after my last column in defense of Erik Prince, I knew that I wasn’t done pondering the religious motivations of Blackwater’s founder. For the sake of review, … Continue reading

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In Defense of Blackwater

In a ‘truth is stranger than fiction’ confession, I am feeling genuine sadness at the media attack of Blackwater USA. Several weeks ago, I wrote about Blackwater and it’s owner, Erik Prince. Readers no doubt caught that my writing was … Continue reading

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a membership drive?

When I hear the KWMU fall membership drive begin, I know the air is getting cooler and its also time to begin thinking about the EUCC fall membership drive. The proper theological jargon is “stewardship campaign” and we’re not supposed … Continue reading

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in search of moral high ground

The bane and blessing of being an external processor is the transparency of my politics. There is no one in my congregation who wonders about my view of the war, or the current administration, or the state of healthcare in … Continue reading

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