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Freed To Generosity
The former "Galloping Gourmet" makes a plea for "outdulgence," a freedom in giving that allows for the full celebration the incarnation demands. (An excerpt from the "Partners in Prayer" Advent Daily Devotional
A Call To OUTDULGENCE
Graham Kerr, TV's Galloping Gourmet, gave us an idea. What if, instead of "giving stuff up" for Lent, we lived really, really well--but for others?
Are We Paying Attention?
Dear Jesus, save us from not caring.
Happiness on Easter Sunday
The Detroit Tiger's are 5 & 1, and Mickelson wins a major? And people think an empty tomb is proof of God's good lovin'....
EDITED into coherence on 4/16/04
Tillman: To What End?
A few thoughts on the death of former NFL player-come-Army Ranger in Afghanistan.
The Art of Self-Criticism, or George Will on George Bush
If you don't doubt your best ideas, you are a moron.
And the president? What then?
Arianna, RFK and John Kerry
Can Kerry inspire?
Dance, White Boy, Dance (On permissiveness, James Brown and spiritual freedom)
Honestly, is there a better job in the world than to be the guy who gets to repeat "Get on up" over and over again in James Brown's "Sex Machine"?
Outing the Sodomites In America
It's become sport among "social conservatives" of late to find new pejoratives for those who give them the heebeejeebees.
Twenty Years of Green Pastures
Charlie Peacock's seminal Lie Down in the Grass remains, after 20 years, a high point in the history and evolution of "Contemporary Christian music."
More on Bourgeois Spirituality: God Loves Stuff
Another email excerpt, to another favorite saint, this one on an especially favorite hobby hose.
Musings: Is "Spiritual Formation" a Bourgeois Preoccupation?
Honestly, what does a weekend of journalling have to do with the spiritual life of the vast majority of believers around the world?
Memorial Day Lament
Dealing With a National Sickness