Category Archives: entertainment

Amy Gustafson and That Holy Night

In case you haven’t realized it, my bride-to-be (3 weeks!) Amy Gustafson released a Christmas album. I’m not saying just because I’m marrying her, but because I truly believe it. It’s really good. Well worth a listen, and well worth … Continue reading

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The Loss and Recovery of Beauty in the Modern Period

Here’s the text of my presentation on the loss and recovery of beauty in the modern period for my Theology of Beauty Class: The loss and recovery of beauty in the modern period is fundamentally about identity. Who are we? … Continue reading

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“If I can turn the focus on the Beatles on to Christ’s message, then that’s what we are here to do.”

In a recently re-discovered interview John Lennon responds to the outcry over his famous “We’re more popular than Jesus” comment. “If the Beatles get on the side of Christ, which they always were, and let people know that, then maybe … Continue reading

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Emerging/missional and the OS

In an earlier post I asked if I could still be allowed in emerging circles even though I’m not voting for Obama (and didn’t) and I use Microsoft Windows. Anyone who has followed this blog for a while can understand … Continue reading

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