Monthly Archives: March 2008

Easter’s horizon

The long awaited “Hillary calendars”, at least most of them, have been released and after more than 24 hours of Hillary-hating scouring, the largest stone to hurl is that she was at home when Bill was misbehaving. Shame on us. … Continue reading

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drug war and holy week

As I’m flipping through the Sunday “Parade” magazine in search of mind candy (like the endearing feature story about Jodie Foster), I was quite surprised to see numbers about our nation’s current on spending federal prisons ($6.2 billion!) in an … Continue reading

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scientific and moral

People of faith are not necessarily gifted scientists. I, for one, have a lot of faith and great comfort in discussions of theology but absolutely no grace in a science classroom. A good homework night at our house includes Social … Continue reading

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buttress theory of stress management

This afternoon I’ve been working on the Easter bulletin while pondering a sermon on the Lazarus story for this coming Sunday (Lent 5). Although I’ve not yet started on Palm Sunday, the eco-friendly palms are on order. I am a … Continue reading

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