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Living Lent in Community

If you’ve been around Christian circles for very long, you’ve probably heard some variation of the line, “There’s no such thing as a solitary Christian.” And while St. Simeon the Stylite and other holy hermits might disagree, the maxim stands … Continue reading

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Voting with Your Checkbook

First, a few caveats: I know very little about government. I know even less about economics. It’s entirely possible that somebody else has had this idea and it’s been shot out of the water and I’m completely unaware that this … Continue reading

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A new blog?

Well, it’s finals, which (for the past 10 years or so) means that I’m looking for a way to procrastinate.  Even as a teacher, it seems there’s always something to put off during finals.  Right now, it’s writing them!  So … Continue reading

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