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A Middlin’ Preacher

“I’ll tell yu’ this: a middlin’ doctor is a pore thing, and a middlin’ lawyer is a pore thing; but keep me from a middlin’ man of God.” Owen Wister, The Virginian (1902) ***

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Doors Worth Opening

Open the door, let ‘im in: Two things came to mind when I saw that door. One is this old Paul McCartney song: (And when I say old, I mean it’s from back when I was in High School. So yeah, … Continue reading

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At the Intersection of Doubt and Indecision

To choose doubt as a philosophy of life is akin to choosing immobility as a means of transportation. Yann Martel, Life of Pi* “When you come to a fork in the road, take it!” (Yogi Berra) Imagine you are going … Continue reading

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Rumor Has It – Carl Trueman sings Adele

Just ’cause I said it, it don’t mean that I meant it.  Adele, Rumor Has It How to Know I just finished reading two of Carl Trueman’s books back to back, first Histories and Fallacies and then The Creedal Imperative.* … Continue reading

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See Me Naked?! Not if my gymnophobia has anything to say about it

I learned a new word: gymnophobia. It’s not a fear of gyms. It’s not an aversion to working out. It’s not hatred of a six month gym membership when your job got transferred and you still had five months left … Continue reading

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Names – New and Approved!

[I have the privilege of writing my first article for Women of God magazine, about names and what it means to bear the name of God. Trillia Newbell, the editor at Women of God, is a wonderful writer whose articles … Continue reading

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