Category Archives: being a citizen

“Raving Politics”

Quite a few parts of the Bible don’t talk about forgiveness. But quite a few do, and they’re not just in the New Testament. This morning’s second reading doesn’t mention forgiveness directly, but the verse right after it does. They … Continue reading

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Harvey Over Texas

Harvey’s in the news, a lot, and probably will be for days. I noticed stuff piling up in my notes, and decided that getting part of my ‘Friday’ post done early was a good idea. Superlatives “Unprecedented?” Maybe In the … Continue reading

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Taking God Seriously

We live in a big world. We’ve known that for a long time, and have been impressed. “How great are your works, LORD! How profound your designs!” (Psalms 92:6) But impressive as what we see is, God is greater: almighty, … Continue reading

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Climate Change, Attitudes

I’ll be talking about Earth’s climate, China’s pollution problems, and icebergs: including one the size of Delaware. The big berg broke off from Antarctica this week. The recent G20 meeting was mostly about economics, not climate change; but that didn’t … Continue reading

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