Monthly Archives: July 2010
In a 2005 episode of My Name is Earl, Brett Butler’s character, Connie, is made to say “I have to gamble Earl. I have a problem. Don’t judge me.” Taken on face value, we know that these three assertions are just her … Continue reading
As a Christian apologist I frequently engage in dialogue with those who don’t see the world as I do. Sometimes I try to sit in their chair and imagine I am attempting to think new thoughts about God and miracles and … Continue reading
That really is two very different categories. You know what I mean? I know me from the inside. I am privileged to my own thoughts, motives and feelings. I only know you from your appearance, actions and words. I assume we … Continue reading
Non sequitur –noun a statement containing an illogical conclusion. All around me I see faces; some on the street, some on the television, one in the mirror. There is sadness in many of those faces that seems to reflect a vague sense of … Continue reading
Well….it’s a stretch. The word “orthodox” means “customary or conventional, as a means or method; established.” That’s the problem, isn’t it. We all change and (hopefully) grow, so that what is established in our beliefs and habits is in a state of flux (possibly one of the … Continue reading
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