The argument that we shouldn’t take the creation narrative as literal because the Bible is not a science book argues too much. “Lazarus and Jesus were dead.” “Wellll, maybe not literally, the Bible, after all, is not a science book.” I respect many men who do not believe in 7 literal days. But that argument I do not.
My daughter’s recorder did not come with a silencer.
Baseball season brings with it the hope of Spring.
I try to come up with a loophole and a condition for Matthew 21:22 every time I read it. Which means I undercut the belief necessary as part of my hermeneutic.
I miss not going to work because of ice and snow.
The desire to be seen as thoughtful, intelligent, or sophisticated is just my own adult version of “cool.”
Libraries are wonderful things. Full of wonder. Providing wonder. Feeding wonder.
It is a strange business to advise people on financial matters while having so little.
When I look at my wife I realize the genius of including “in sickness and in health” and “for richer and for poorer” in marriage vows.
Progressive Christianity is strange. It complains about the culture wars and then goes on to see every problem on the outside, never looking in.