What an Agnostic Taught Me About The Resurrection

March 20, 2016 2

It’s not really a secret… I (gasp!) married an agnostic. Agnostic isn’t really the best word to describe the wonderful, handsome, kind, man I married but it’s the best word the English language has.  It’s […]

Orange Ginger Bourbon Cake

March 17, 2016 2

I’ve never made a recipe from a novel before. Making a recipe featured in a novel has always seemed a little counter-intuitive. Like shopping at a gas station for produce. You go there more for […]

Three Simple Rules

March 14, 2016 0

The tradition I (and many of my forefathers) grew up in is Methodism. The Methodist movement was a rogue sect inside the Anglican church accredited to brothers John and Charles Wesley.   Among many other wonderful […]

What Green Beer and Refugees Have in Common.

March 6, 2016 0

I’ve celebrated St Patrick’s Day all of my life.  My people can’t help it.  And by my people I mean Americans.  I remember going with my grandmother to see the canal in Chicago dyed green […]

Podcasts For Bookworms

March 2, 2016 0

** Apologizes to The Truth Podcast. An earlier edit of this post had it listed as “read by authors.” This was in fact an uncaught error meant to read “read by actors”.  Please see The […]

Top Ten Books Set in Ireland

March 1, 2016 0

There is a legend surrounding St Patrick of Ireland, this saint, struggling to describe the Trinity, picked up a three-leaf clover and stated God was similar to the clover.   Three parts, one being. It was […]

Ten Devotionals for Progressive Christians

February 22, 2016 0

In my teenage years I found myself involved in a conservative Christian group that shaped much of my personality and habits.  In my adult life I’ve struggled with just how conservative I was as a teenager, […]

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

February 19, 2016 0

A friend of mine is a literary genius. I know that sounds glib, but this woman attempted to edit the NRSV version of the Bible in our church bullet.  The words of God did not […]

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