Category: Reading

MUST WATCH: Funny Presidential Debate Lipreading

I was able to pull myself up off the floor long enough to post this for the world to see.  By world, I mean the 12 people who read my blog.  But, anyway…enjoy! These guys do these types of videos for many things, but this is the funniest one I’ve seen in a while.

My Summer Reading List 2012 (REVISED)

I know I should have waited until after Annual Conference to finalize my summer reading list.  I picked up some books from Cokesbury and had some suggested to me.  It won’t be as elaborate as my last list, but here it is: Minding the Good Ground by Jason E. Vickers Hijacked: Responding to the Partisan

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My 2012 Summer Reading List

  As a student, my time is so totally consumed by reading assignments, that I barely have time to read commentaries for my weekly sermon prep. So, when it comes to books I want to read for personal, professional or recreational purposes, I really don’t have the time.   So, each summer, I try to

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“If we continue to reject one another…”

The above pictured book is Sharing Sacred Space by Benoit Standaert.  I am reading it as part of a class on interreligious encounter.  It’s mainly about how important dialogue between different religious traditions is.  Many believe this practice is dangerous.  Put another way, Standaert says: If we continue to reject one another, we have to admit

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