Monthly Archives: March 2010

>Bazan in Bloomington

> People who have read this blog long enough know that David Bazan of Pedro the Lion and Headphones is one of my all-time favorite song writers. This evening I had the very bitter-sweet experience of seeing him play in … Continue reading

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>Bosch on Pauline Ethics

>”The life and work of the Christian community are intimately bound up with God’s cosmic-historical plan for the redemption of the universe. It most certainly matters what Christians do and how authentically they demonstrate the mind of Christ and the … Continue reading

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>B. Anne Jarboe

>One of my favorite young Louisville artists is B. Anne Jarboe. Somehow my best friend convinced her to marry him. Anyway, there currently is a fantastic collection of her work on display and for sale at Quills Coffee. Sorry, the … Continue reading

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>Home for two weeks.Home in two weeks.

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>The Anniversary

>It’s hard to believe I wrote this exactly a year ago. God is merciful and 2 Corinthians 4:16-18 is just as much of an encouragement as it was back then.

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>Bedroom at Arles

>This painting by Roy Lichtenstein was one of my favorites at the National Gallery of Art. First person to tell the artist and painting it is based on (without using Google) gets a prize.

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>St. Patrick’s Day

>Here’s an exert from the prayer of St. Patrick… somehow it neglects to mention any snakes or dyed-green light beer. Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ in me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me, Christ on … Continue reading

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>Virginia is for (Nature) Lovers


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>Bike Snob on 3rd Wave Coffee

>My favorite online cultural commentator, Bike Snob NYC, recently offered a rather biting critique of third wave coffee in New York. As a bike-loving coffee snob, I love seeing cross-polination between my rather esoteric interests- even if it isn’t always … Continue reading

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>Fact of the Day

>It’s much harder to understand another country’s political system when one hasn’t extensively studied one’s own.

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